Openedge drivers for CCure 800 - 32 and 64 bit

The link below is the openedge drivers for CCure 800. The zip file contains two zipped files; one is 32bit the other 64bit.

http://downloads.stopware.com/updates/openedge_new.zip

You automatically get the 32-bit version of the ODBC driver when you install the CCure800 application but,
installing the CCure800 application just to get the ODBC driver is a lot of extra work.
So we also have two versions of a stand-alone installation of the PROGRESS ODBC driver that were given to us from PROGRESS.
We have both a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version.
Both of them will work fine for connecting to the CCure800 databases – it just depends on which ODBC driver is required by the specific application that’s being used
to connect to the CCure800 databases.

When installing either of these ODBC drivers, you’ll get prompted to enter the Serial Number and the Control Number.
Here’s the info you’ll need for installing these two drivers:
 
To install the 32-bit ODBC driver:
Serial Number:  003956460
Control Number:  Z9GRS 2PG2D NMG?J 
 
 
To install the 64-bit ODBC driver
Serial Number:  003956532
Control Number:  X9DSH TQJ2C 54GYM

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MORE INFO – IMPORTANT

There is a problem that we’ve seen when installing the 32-bit ODBC driver on a 64-bit Operating System.
The Registry entries sometimes get entered improperly.
The symptoms for this problem are as follows:
- The 32-bit PROGRESS ODBC driver isn’t available in the 32-bit version of the ODBC Data Source Administrator in Windows Control Panel
- Instead, the 32-bit ODBC driver will appear in the 64-bit version of the ODBC Data Source Administrator in Windows Control Panel.
   But if you try to use it or configure a new ODBC DSN with that driver from the 64-bit version of the ODBC Control Panel, you’ll get an error like this one, below.
   
 

If you encounter this problem there are 3 Windows Registry corrections that you’ll need to make:

(1)  Add this STRING value:       
Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image001.jpg
 
        It should look like this:       
        Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image002.jpg
        
        Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image003.jpg
 

(2)  Add this new Registry KEY:      
Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image004.jpg
 
It should look like this…..
Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image005.jpg
 
 
(3)  Add all of these STRING values to this new Registry KEY.
      Note that the last item is actually a DWORD (32-bit) value.
      Also note that the “DRIVER” and “SETUP” strings are assuming that you installed CCure800 in the root of the C-Drive.
       If you installed the CCure800 on a different drive or if you installed the stand-alone version of the PROGRESS OpenEdge v10.2A ODBC Driver,
       the referenced file (pgoe1023.dll) will be in a different location so be sure that the path that you enter in these two Registry Strings is correct.    
       Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image006.jpg

 It should look like this when you’re done.Description:<br />
            C:\Users\dfuller\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\02\clip_image007.jpg
 
Once you’ve made these 3 Registry entries, you’ll be able to see the 32-bit OpenEdge ODBC Driver 
from within the “odbcad32.exe” in the SysWow64 folder.