Mark King, Conference Treasurer, sharing this new, no cost benefit to our clergy. So as it stands now, this bit server is pretty useless to me and can’t connect to anything. As for “issues with this config”, it kind of depends on what you’re asking. ODBC is an old reliable standard that’s been around for almost two decades. I think most haven’t noticed this or made much of it simply because Access has been eschewed by so many for so long. But let me digress for a moment and say, for the benefit of someone else reading this someday, who may be on CF Standard: We are setting up a new web server:.

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I have the same question Show 1 Likes 1. We have been working hard to convert our old admin site into a cloud-based, mobile-friendly, and secure platform that makes administrative seauelink easier, so you can get back to focusing on ministry. We are setting up a new web server: Well, that’s a page within the Admin and Config manual that I pointed to earlier in the thread.

Discussion – ColdFusion

My server is a “virgin” Windows R2 box with bit ColdFusion 9. As always, when you migrate data and change platforms, even in the spirt of improving and moving forward, there are some bumps in the road. Macromwdia are pleased with the progress we have made in just a few short weeks.


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But I macromedla pointed out there that people have solved this problem simply by macromedoa implementing a bit datasource. For those who missed it, it’s here: Having the option of using ODBC drivers is important to my department and quite frankly, this stuff should world.

I think I have clarification there. This is discussed here: I do realize that some people started using them back in the day CF 3, 4, or 5 and maybe never bothered to stop using them when JDBC drivers came out with CF 6.

It looks like a more optimal solution might be to have 2 boxes running. Read this before you post: The results received as expected was: We are putting them on a “legacy” server until we can recode them over to SQL. Please enter a title. Churches Clergy Staff Administration Search site. Our DBA installed the Oracle 11g drivers, but we forgot to specify 64 bit. I have a support ticket in with Adobe on this Oracle specificallybut haven’t heard anything yet.


As with any type of upgrade and change, you may experience a different feel and look than what you are used to.

Proxy – get an alternative jdbc driver for Access HXTTmentioned in the threads djbc – did you happen to try the “microsoft access with Unicode” driver option in the CFAdmin?

Why are you using ODBC at all? Well, would you still be trying to use ODBC then? For Microsoft Access DB. During troubleshooting, our DBA reinstalled the 64 bit drivers.

I have followed the instructions at http: No offense intended in mentioning that. Any ideas what I might be missing? I know Sarge is a regular member of the House of Fusion list. ColdFusion provides almost the same answer.