matnewman.com Mat Newman: LIVE from Yellow CentralDemonstrationsIBM NotesToolsUsing the new IBM ODBC Driver for Notes-Domino 9.0 (formerly Lotus Notes SQL)Mat Newman June 18 2013 16:31:44The following demonstration steps through installing and Join Now For immediate help use Live now! From here you select your NotesSQL driver and fill out the Data Source appropriately. The driver shows up in the 64 Bit ODBC Administrator, but I get error code 193, "Not a valid Win32 Application"...8Richard Hogan10/02/2013 2:23:24Using the new IBM ODBC Driver for Notes-Domino 9.0
Exchange Advertise Here 779 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. Once NotesSQL is installed on your SQL server, you can use the normal Windows ODBC Administrator to add an ODBC connection to your Notes/Domino server. If an application automatically senses the level of ODBC compliance, and attempts to use ODBC 3.5 requests with NotesSQL 8.5.1 or later, this can cause trouble (see the “Driver Not Capable” This most often occurs because 32-bit NotesSQL was installed on a 64-bit Windows operating system.
Use the 32-bit version of the Microsoft ODBC Administrator tool located in %systemdrive%\Windows\SysWoW64\odbcad32.exe to create the ODBC Data Source.11Roy10/14/2013 16:50:06Using the new IBM ODBC Driver for Notes-Domino 9.0 (formerly Lotus Notes This only requires you to know the name of the form or view you wish to retrieve, to use in your SQL statement. Then Notes user name for this User. Even if the app does not let you browse your Notes data, if you are connected, you will have access to the data.