Posts Tagged ‘Windows Server’

Using ODBC for Lotus Domino 32-bit on Windows Server 64-bit

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

A friendly reminder: if you are running Lotus Domino 32-bit on a Windows Server x64 (64-bit) and need to use ODBC, then you need to define your ODBC data sources in the 32-bit ODBC Administrator program – and not in the standard 64-bit ODBC Administrator program. This is because the Lotus Domino ODBC drivers are 32-bit. The […]

Excel automation on Windows Server 2008 x64: solution to SaveAs method problem

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

A customer of mine uses Lotusscript and the Microsoft Excel object to create Excel spreadsheets with scheduled agents. The code is based on the normal way of creating spreadsheets – e.g.: The scheduled agents worked fine on a Windows Server 2003. The application was then installed on a freshly installed Domino server running on a […]