I am working with an application developed with Matlab that needs to connect in a database to load some data. What the Matlab application does is connect to a SQL database by and ODBC connection. This application works without any problem under a Windows
XP 32 bits and with a Matlab R2009b installed. I also have created a standalone version (.exe) of the application, that is an executable version that runs without the necessity to have installed Matlab; it's only necessary to have installed the MCR (Matlab
Compiler Runtime). This executable version also runs without any problem under a Windows XP 32 bits.
Now, I have tried to run the application under a Windows 7 64 bits and have appeared some problems of connectivity. Well, only have appeared problems of connectivity with the application executed from the .m file in Matlab. The executable version works without
any problem. The only need to work with the executable version is run as administrator. Then, it connects with the database and is possible to load all the data and display it.
I have read that in Windows 7 is possible to create an ODBC connection with a 32 bits version of the Odbcad32.exe and a 64 bits version,
depending on the application to which you connect
. In this case, what I have installed is a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP
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