I have the exact same issue when trying to use the 32bit driver even though it’s there. The specified module could not be found. MicroStrategy makes no warranty, express, implied or otherwise, regarding this product, including its performance or reliability. Hi, did you find a solution to this? Thanks again, and have a great day! Ideas on why this error is being thrown for some, and how to resolve it?
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Tuesday, October 31, For information on the available parameters, refer to your third-party Vertica driver documentation. Best regards, Yuki Sun Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they helped.
The third-party product s discussed in the procedure below is manufactured by vendors independent of MicroStrategy. Change the database, server name, user name, password, and any other relevant parameters to match the information for your database.
Remove From My Forums. The specified module could not be found. Note that this issue is only affecting some users. Wednesday, April 11, 9: Would greatly appreciate any additional ideas you might have.
By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Wednesday, November 1, Copy and paste the contents from the odbc. Hope the above information can be helpful.
Thanks for the response. If you have Office and Office ProPlus Preview version questions, you can still ask about Preview for a limited time: Resources for IT Professionals. Vertica by default installs both 32 and 64 bit drivers. Office Office Exchange Server. We have had other users vrtica all 3 versions of the ODBC driver sets from Vertica successfully connect via bit Office.
ODBC Driver for Vertica for Linux
Ideas on why this error is being thrown for some, and how to resolve it? Thanks again, and have a great day!
Open the MicroStrategy vetrica. We actually tried that. For information on installation, refer to the product documentation provided by the database vendor.
I have the exact same issue when trying to use veryica 32bit driver even though it’s there. We also uninstalled those Vertica drivers and installed prior versions, as version 9 is relatively new.
This can often be found along with the driver installation. Recent installation of Vertica drivers on bit Windows 7 running Office bit. Wednesday, November 1, 6: Specified driver could not be loaded due to system error MicroStrategy documentation comments or suggestions Product enhancement suggestions.
The path to the installation location you choose for the ODBC driver is used later in this procedure as the value for the Driver parameter in the odbc.