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The requested OLE DB provider SQLNCLI.1 not registered SSIS – Created Noble
You can’t edit other events. Help us to help you. Koen Verbeeck Posted 4 years ago You got it in one guys!
If it’s related to that, the forensics would be impossible to ascertain without assigning the resources to recreate the upgrade. You can’t delete your own topics.
You can’t edit HTML code. The problem is actually with the database drivers used to connect to your data stores.
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The sqlncli10 provider for SQL R2 can be downloaded from here. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The test succeeds but once i run the package i get the first error again, and then have to re-edit the connection manager and thus go round in a circle. Subhash Makkena 1, 2 9 You can’t delete other posts. You can’t post replies to polls. sqlmcli.1
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You can’t post or upload images. Post is a little old, but I ran into this issue and the solutions offered didn’t help me.
You can post emoticons. Daily SQL Articles by email:. You can’t vote in polls. Please choose different provider in connection manager. You can’t post IFCode. So it would be a good idea to take a screen shot of your current settings, before making any changes.
Julio Nobre 2, 1 24 Figured out I needed the version as opposed to the version. Post as a guest Name. Can anyone tell me what package I need to install on the client machine to get my app to work?
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You are commenting using your Facebook account. If the issue had been noticed sooner it might have been more worthwhile.
Change the Connection String Value. As the issue is resolved and I know what to look for the next time, and I have more than enough to do, going into Sherlock Holmes mode would not be the best use of my time. Are you sure that the connection string you were ‘using in the package’ was not being overridden by a config item eg, an Environment Variable?