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Since there isn’t a 64 bit Notes client available we have tried installing the 64 bit Domino server. A first check yields that the DLL does reside in the path given in the error message.
Any ideas how I can fix this? Double click “IBM Ltous Server” on your desktop and follow the wizard just click next until the last step and you’ll be fine.
Setup cannot continue Error Code is We currently do not know what are the exact permissions needed. Marcus Rickert 68 1 1 9.
Application integration: Create an ODBC connection to a Lotus Notes database
Invalid access to memory location. In “System variables” double llotus “Path”. Thanks for this useful article. I suspect this has something to do with not finding the correct notes.
The target should look like this:. You need to configure it as if it was a real server.
Remove From My Forums. Change your system Path variable Go to the “Control Panel”. Tech News You Can Use We deliver the top business tech news stories about lltus companies, the people, and the products revolutionizing the planet.
Is this the correct installation pack for that purpose? Remove all spaces between IBM entries Copy notes. Good to know – but my target variable only lists the first string, not the second. You can use the defaults for everything. Oracle really doesn’t like it when you specify an installation path with spaces in it: The target should look like this: Click OK and your Linked Server is ready!
Configure Lotus Domino Server. On my machine, this is what suddenly worked! Click “Advanced system settings” on the left. But the driver still will not work.
How to access legacy data from Lotus Notes / Domino applications – OutSystems
You’ll just need to set some passwords. Fill in details as shown in the screen below in this scenario I’m connecting to a local file on the same location as the DB server.
I tried appending the location of each of these files to the beginning of PATH in turn, but none of these changes fixed the issue. Why the hell is IBM unable to provide such a simple explanation like Jerry’s?
Change the permissions of the OSRuntime database user For the OutSystems applications to be able to access the data of the linked server in runtime you need to change the permissions of the OSRuntime database user. Hi windows 7 machine. The specified module could not be found. Disable the Lotus Domino Services to make sure ltus don’t start when you restart the machine you really need to this, otherwise the odbc connection will not work.