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[QODBC-ALL] Troubleshooting - How to identify if application is 32-bit or 64-bit
Posted by Jack - QODBC Support on 28 August 2015 09:10 AM

Troubleshooting - How to identify if the application is 32-bit or 64-bit

Problem Description:

How can I Identify if the application is 32-bit or 64-bit?

Solutions: 

SQL Server

If your application is SQL Server, then you can identify it by Starting your "SQL Server Management Studio"

Login to your SQL Server.

On the Left-hand side panel, you will find the Server, Right Click on the "SQL Server" and Select Properties.



If SQL Server is 32-bit you will notice 32-bit or x86 in product info.



If SQL Server is 64-bit you will notice 64-bit in product info.



MS Office

If your application is MS Access or MS Excel, then you can identify it by from Help menu in MS Access/MS Excel





Using DSN list window

You can verify application from DSN list window also.

If your application showing below QODBC DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 32-bit.

QuickBooks Data, QuickBooks Data QRemote

If your application showing below QODBC POS DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 32-bit.

QuickBooks POS Data, QuickBooks POS Data QRemote

If your application showing below QODBC Online DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 32-bit.

QuickBooks Online Data, QuickBooks Online Data QRemote



If your application showing below QODBC DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 64-bit.

QuickBooks Data 64-bit QRemote

If your application showing below QODBC POS DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 32-bit.

QuickBooks POS Data 64-bit

If your application showing below QODBC Online DSN at a time of connection, then your application is of 32-bit.

QuickBooks Online Data 64-bit



Using Task Manager

You can verify application from Task Manager window also.

If the application is 32-bit, then you will notice *32 after EXE name in process tab. If you can't see *32 after EXE name that means the application is of 64-bit.



 

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