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Data folder below has Notes.
Create one if you don’t have it. I want to use a Domino database on a server as a potential SQL source for other systems. Thank you very, very much.
You need to configure it as it it was a real server. What i now get is just a table list, but no visible schema. Hope this helps someone out there in the community!
If at first you don’t succeed, try, and try, and try, and try, and try, and try again! I’ve actually tested them from start to finish in clean environment to make sure they worked just fine.
However, the example above seems to refer to a Windows 8 client machine lotuss a Notes client. Remove all spaces between IBM entries Copy notes.
Can someone point us in the right direction please? Views are my own. This demonstration utilises Microsoft Windows 8 as the Operating System and OpenOffice to test the configured connection. If compiled in 64 bits the error is thrown.
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No meta data view to select tables or build query, no errors. So to try and explain: I have worked through this solution on my end and have everything in place to extract data in MS Excel using a 32 bit ODBC driver as a bridge. Choose to configure it as a “Domino Utility Server” when asked.
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To change your cookie settings or find out more, click here. I already reinstalled lotus notes with no success. Actually if I recall correctly you can use the exact same mechanism to connect to remote databases. Disable the Lotus Domino Services to make sure they don’t start when you restart the machine you really need to this, otherwise the odbc connection ,otus not work. Option 2 should be possible but does imply an additional redirection as you cannot manipulate the database which is managed by OutSystems.
Using the new IBM ODBC Driver for Notes-Domino (formerly Lotus Notes SQL)
The ODBC connection appears to test out ok. Traveler 9.
Can this be clarified? You’ll just need set some passwords and you can use the defaults for everything else. However when attempting to bring the connection in Alteryx, upon selecting the connection, i get the blue spinning symbol on mouse pointer a couple of times, then nothing. I’ve researched a number of instructions available on the web and I’ve tested the steps to created a linked server but none of tutorials we I found seemed explain well enough what you need to do.
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Since there isn’t a 64 bit Notes client available we have tried installing the noteesql bit Domino server. Thank you so much.
So I’m slightly confused! I have a requirement to pull some legacy data from Lotus Notes and at the moment I am working through a 32 bit Lotus Notes Client.