A message appears stating whether or not the test connection was successful. Howveer the same fails onto prod machine with the error as System. . Override the Install method in the Installer class. As computers come off the assembly line with 64-bit versions installed, we're unable to keep up with support requests when our software breaks something.
Can it work this way? However, apparently you need to always install the 32-bit version if the host process is always 32-bit. However I try to explain how you can do it. OleDbException 0x80004005 : Unspecified error at System. My installer program detects the 2013 32 bit office and installes the 32 bit accessdatabase engine. Exatex, that works, but be aware it will eventually break if another application installs the proper 64bit version, and you'll get all kinds of random errors from it. Is this the right forum i can post my question? Wish you all the best for you! You cannot install the 2010 Access database engine with a different processing architecture bittedness from your Office install or install both versions of the 2010 Access database engine without a workaround.
Include an Installer class to your main project if it is not there, and make sure that the RunInstaller attribute is set to true. As you are ready with the updates, keep the files. I then created the installer class in my main project. I developed a program using Visual Studio 2017 that uses an access database. The final requirement is that a setup application msi has to be created with the above mentioned requirements. In our days, since the release of Microsoft Office 2010, things are a bit more complicated, as users can now have a machine with a 64-bit native version of Office installed as well. But any way, tough I have not tried, I think that the connection string should work as by then the runtime for the Access had already been installed.
As a general word processing, spreadsheet or database management system -To be used as a way to create files. There are two options for getting the other version installed. In this case the value should not be deleted or renamed. Either the 64-bit Office breaks our installation, or our installation breaks their Office version, but it's not pretty either way. A further issue is that non-legacy software will sometimes install the 64-bit drivers as they should , and the two versions simply do not coexist in any reasonable manner. The main reason I started here is that we believe there might be a programming-related solution over a system config issue. Thanks for your prompt reply.
It has been around in the scene with Office 2007 but it was available as 32bit only. If you do not have sufficient computer skills, please try the automatic uninstall method. Anything you can help on this matter, will be greatly appreciated. I was told to the following: -Uninstall the 32-bit Database Access Engine -Uninstall the 64-bit Database Access Engine — Uninstall your 32-bit Office — Reboot the computer — Reinstall the 32 bit office — Reinstall the 32bit Database Access Engine. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I also noticed from your screenshot in step 2 there is something called Primary Output from InstallSample active so I added that to the setup project.
Previously Excel 2007 imported fine, but Office 2010 x64 required uninstall of all 2007 x32 components. Should the OleDb connection look like below? If you have any further questions, please give a bit more specific point where you are having problem Thanks Anonymous Hi Yogi, I have a requirement where 1. I recently got a new laptop and had to go through the ritual of reinstalling all my programs and drivers. Since our database is legacy, it merely required Microsoft. The reason for the recommendation is that Word, PowerPoint even Access cannot use the benefit of 64 bit plus there are peripherals out there with drivers that are only 32 bit capable. If it is Office 2010, is it 32bit or 64bit? You need to do this to get this installer trigger. Navigate to the drivers tab.
We currently have a major issue using Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010. So I have these two projects in the solution and when I build, I see setup. It sounds like your saying that If I execute the 2013, 32 bit accessdatabaseengine. I am displaying my lack of understanding of drivers. There is no error message — the file just isn't complete.
An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. Thanks for the tip about ServerFault, will hopefully go there next. If all copies of office are 32 bit, then change your. I needed both the 32-bit and the 64-bit adapters to cover my various use cases. Most sysadmins are happy once you can get both to install, which doesn't fix the actual problem. Hi Adam, Have you added custom action step for the installer? The best would be, prepare the accdb database at youe end and ship it with your application setup.
Is there a way that this also works from 64Bit?? It worked for me Regards I. In this case, skip to Step 4. Additionally, for my situation, will I need to modify any registry keys? If the Microsoft Access Driver lists. Source: If both versions of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 can't coexists, then your only solution is to complain to Microsoft, regarding loading 64 bits versions of this in your 32 bits app is impossible directly, what you can do is a service that runs in 64 bits that comunicates with another 32 bits service or your application via pipes or networks sockets, but it may require a significant effort. I'm having trouble finding documentation on these components. The command line and instructions are included in the Knowledge Base article. Like in your application you could click to make update with your application for the new version when you have made some changes on you application.
Or maybe my machine got a goofy reinstall where the executable dirs are listed properly? Tables and queries can also be dragged and dropped from the Database Connections into ArcMap or tool dialogs. Fine, we can do this. Otherwise, the can be installed. Office 32 bit has long been the recommended install. This is a limitation as described in. Noral Hello, Please double check to make sure you did install the x64 version of Microsoft Access Database Engine here -.