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Sorry if this question is obvious, but it is tangential to the one being addressed here.
There must be some docs that I am missing that explain this scenario. Or is there another way? But if you are looking for Direct Query, I don’t know about the latest version of 4D, but as for 4Dv12 that would be bloody if you tried to build your odnc, since the simplest way is to do it is via ODBC.
I talked to the developers, they have done just what you want. James 1 7. DeDenker 1 8. I agree, it can be confusing at first. I’m not sure how you get the framework now but if I remember correctly it was oddbc in the driver downloads in the past.
So the short answer is it is built in. OK, I won’t but hopefully someone at 4D does know this. Education Recognized for 30 years as 4f preferred partner in the academic world, 4D supports institutions, teachers, researchers, and administrators.
odhc In reply to this post by Matthias Schmidt If so, which one? It’s time you checkout out what this release has to offer. New in 4D v17 Take advantage of more than 70 new cutting-edge features with 4D v17 to accelerate business applications development, and improve their UX. Uzair Bin Nisar 4 7.
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Thank you for clarifying. Douglas von Roeder wrote: It depends on the client platform In either case, what is providing the ODBC receiving connectivity on the server?
Of course, as you said, you could also connect to an intermediary database from within 4D and replicate the data in that database e. There are quite a few drivers… http: I think I was unclear oebc my original post and I apologize. Develop high-performance, robust applications in record time.
I believe you can get the 3. Post as a guest Name. Recognized for 30 years as a preferred partner in the academic world, 4D supports institutions, teachers, researchers, and administrators. In reply to this post by Joshua Fletcher. Hi Douglas, Douglas von Roeder wrote: But you have to write 4D code to do this.
Connecting via ODBC
It’s very nice to give, but even better to receive! In reply to this post by Douglas von Roeder.
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