I currently have IPCC 4.0(5) (no SR) doing with an ODBC connection to a SQL 2000 server. I am preparing to upgrade the SQL 2000 server to SQL 2005 (only upgrading a SQL server, not touching SQL 2000 running on IPCC).
According to the document in the link below, support for SQL 2005 as an enterprise db was not posted until IPCC 4.0(5) SR2. I will be upgrading to IPCC 7.x very soon, but need to buy time and avoid touching IPCC 4.0(5). Does anyone know if the ODBC connection from IPCC 4.0(5) will connect to a SQL 2005 server?
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