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From Todd Grigsby <strutsu...@tgrigsby.com>
Subject Re: MySQL + JDBC
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2009 08:16:12 GMT

Yes, thank you Nils-H, I have been digging around in there as well.  
Unfortunately, the problem only occurs from my Struts apps, and judging 
from the MySQL forums, not many other people experience this issue.

TG


Nils-Helge Garli Hegvik wrote:
> Have you tried asking over at the MySQL forum? I don't think this is
> related to Struts 2.
>
> Nils-H
>
> On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 8:26 AM, Todd Grigsby <strutsuser@tgrigsby.com> wrote:
>   
>> (Beating head on keyboard...)
>> "So one more time for the folks at home: Is there anyone out there who has
>> managed to get MySQL 64-bit to work via ODBC?"
>>
>> For those who aren't aware, MySQL has an ODBC connector called, oddly
>> enough, Connector/ODBC.  In previous versions it was called MyODBC.  It does
>> work, as evidenced by the fact that I can connect from Windows apps with
>> ease. What doesn't work, and the only thing I'm looking for an answer to is,
>> why do I get the error, "The specified DSN contains an architecture mismatch
>> between the Driver and Application" when connecting from within Struts 2?
>>  But at this point I'd be happy hearing from anyone that has gotten "MySQL
>> 64-bit to work via ODBC."
>>
>> TG
>>
>> Lee Clemens wrote:
>>     
>>> Not to sound like a jerk, but have you gotten JDBC (MySQL Connector/J)
>>> working with a MySQL 64-bit server?  Or is this specifically a Struts
>>> issue?
>>> If so, what message/condition do you receive?
>>>
>>> Or are you merely asking if MySQL 64-bit is compatible with ODBC [OT]?
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Todd Grigsby [mailto:strutsuser@tgrigsby.com] Sent: Monday, December
>>> 14, 2009 9:57 PM
>>> To: Struts Users Mailing List
>>> Subject: Re: MySQL + JDBC
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Not that I wanted to get into a debate about the usefulness of ODBC, but
>>> the Java-based web services we have aren't the only things that connect to
>>> these databases, and going through ODBC has been, for the last 10 years, a
>>> very nice and consistent way to connect across all our applications and
>>> utilities.  We have, at one time or another, supported all of the following:
>>>
>>>    MySQL
>>>    Oracle
>>>    SQL Server
>>>    Informix
>>>    DB2
>>>    mSQL
>>>    Pervasive SQL
>>>    MS Access (pre-Jet)
>>>
>>> And a few others, and we have connected to these databases via ODBC all
>>> along the way.  Keeping the connection mechanism consistent has made
>>> development work in a number of languages simple.  So while I certainly
>>> appreciate everyone's enthusiasm for talking directly to MySQL, I have a
>>> legacy code base that works *REALLY* well through ODBC, and I'd like to
>>> stick with it.
>>>
>>> So one more time for the folks at home: Is there anyone out there who has
>>> managed to get MySQL 64-bit to work via ODBC?
>>>
>>> TG
>>>
>>>
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