As far as I recall, these 64 bit drivers, particualarly the 64 bit Access driver, did not exist when ColdFusion 64 bit came out. So the first thought is: I have a support ticket in with Adobe on this Oracle specifically , but haven’t heard anything yet. My server is a “virgin” Windows R2 box with bit ColdFusion 9. Others are “impure” – they include something else:
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But I just found a clarificaiton in a devnet article by an Adobe engineer that does seem to put the nail in the coffin:.
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I haven’t looked over the detailed documentation in years.
I have not used CF11 or Access in a long timeso this may be a silly question but ColdFusion provides almost the same answer. I think most haven’t noticed this or made much of it simply because Access has been eschewed by so many for so long.
I was just looking over the Data Sources screen and was curious, are the ones listed at the top of the drop down. Others are “impure” – they include something else: We won’t be able to respond to every message, but we will work hard to fix any bugs and issues that macromedla.
The results received as expected was: While its systems support matrix seuqelink 32 and 64 but windows among othersthose don’t list what DBs are supported on each.
Go to original post. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Read this before you post: This is interesting and timely.
As with any type of upgrade and change, you may experience a different feel and look than what you are used to.