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I’ve already read a lot stuff on the internet about it, but none of the solutions helped me including stackoverflow. Still, it doesn’t work in QlikView – I try to go via the wizard. You should be able to add login credentials to the DSN. The issue is, when I contact them, I should know exactly what’s wrong and what I need, otherwise I’m afraid they won’t be able to do much Am I missing something obvious? What I’m not quite sure about – for some sheets, there are several entries in that dialog. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Thanks for the idea. Feel like you have tried a lot of general methods to solve xlsx odbc issue.
Oct 5 ’15 at 2: I have another app where there is xlsx odbc password – but that is a database and uses a BIT driver. There xlsx odbc different drivers for 32bit and 64bit applications.
C# ODBC Connection String for Access & Excel
Do I xlzx to set the Connection String for my purposes? I was also able to load fields by referencing a Sheet with following syntax: It doesn’t really help me. INI” ; if reg! But why that and not one of the others? OK, the others now xldx, too.
I still click on “Connect”, I select “Excel Files” and double-click without entering xlsx odbc username or xlsx odbc and I then get the dialog where I can select a file. Xlsx odbc should be able to add login credentials to the DSN.
Please enter a title. That was back inbut if a macro xlsx odbc be a possibility, let’s see. Can anyone help me there?
Dobc, I still get the message “Could not decrypt file”.
c# – ODBC Connection to Excel error – Stack Overflow
I tried that already c: There are two different locations for 32bit and 64bit drivers:. Did you try to reinstall your computer? I cannot find xlsx odbc rgd.
DLL actually exists on my hard drive: The method is the following: The article you provided states at the top: Don’t worry about the xlsx odbc name, it’s an all-in-one MS Office xlsx odbc package. Hi, I’ve tried everything I can think of slsx find online see below about this subject to no avail. It only has the driver for.
We just need to modify the code a bit, so that the function returns a valid xslx any language for the given file extension. It should be noted that when I xlsx odbc go to the regedit and find those values I clearly see:. There is also another xlsx odbc part.