- Unix users need to insure that openlink.sh (Bourne/Bash) or
openlink.csh (C) is executed in the appropriate shell. These shell
scripts set environment variables that pertain to ODBC.
- Unix users need to run set or env to insure that the
environment variables (ODBCINI, ODBCINSTINI, etc.) are actually
- Unix users need to insure that the appropriate [Environment]
section of the ~/openlink/bin/openlink.ini file contains the
correct environment variables. For example:
[Environment Informix 7.3]
INFORMIXDIR = /dbs2/informix/online731
INFORMIXSERVER = openlinux
DELIMIDENT = Y
OPL_INF_MULTISESS = Y
OPL_SPACEPADCHAR = Y
CURSOR_SENSITIVITY = LOW
;FORCE_DORMANT = 1
- Windows users need to insure that their System and User PATH
variables contain the OpenLink driver .dlls and database native
client .dlls. (Database native client .dll's are not required for
MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLServer, or Sybase.)
- Windows users may need to set other System and User PATH
variables depending on the database. For example, Progress users
need to set PROGRESSINI and PROMSGS.
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