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You are getting unexplained exceptions and experiencing increased memory usage when using Microsoft's ODBC drivers to connect to your third party database.
Microsoft's ODBC drivers leak memory over a long period of time.
When setting up your ODBC data source, use your database vendor's latest ODBC driver rather than the one provided with Windows.
SQLLink 3 supports any ODBC-supported database. In order for SQLLink to be able to read the data returned from your ODBC database, it must be formatted in plain text.
SQLLink 4 supports any Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server or ODBC-supported database.
When you run your query, you get the "Unable to retrieve data" message.
There are two reasons why this message would be returned:
There is a problem with the syntax of your query which makes it invalid.
Your ODBC connection was created using the ODBC Data Source Administrator from the Users DSN tab.
Ensure that the query is valid and has correct syntax.
To view the query text: