Sage Line 100

I have a client using Sage Line 100.  I undersatnd that this uses a database called Retrieve.  Does anyone know how to get hold of the ODBC driver for this database?

Regards,

Jason Raikes

www.pendragonsystems.com

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Line 100 ODBC

johndon68 | | Permalink

The install for the ODBC driver should be on the installation disk for Line 100 - assuming your client has it as the software will have been installed originally by a Sage Business Partner.

John

No disc?

jason.raikes | | Permalink

We cannot find the disc.  Is the driver available on the web?

Download

johndon68 | | Permalink

Not that I'm aware of, I've just checked Sage's update site and there are no downloads available there.  What version of Line 100 is it, I may be able to lay my hands on a copy...

John

Sage Line 100

jason.raikes | | Permalink

The version is Sage Line 100 – version 5.40b.

Old version

johndon68 | | Permalink

That's an old version even by Line 100 standards...

I'll see what I can do.

John

Line 100 ODBC

Lloyd Sherwood | | Permalink

Hello Jason (Johndon68)

In respect of your enquiry to an ODBC disc for Sage 100, bearing in mindthe version is an old/older verion, I would like to direct you a company in London who have expert personnel to assist especially with Line 100.

The comapny details are:

CentrePoint Software, 7 Warwick Court, London, WC1R 5DJ

Tel: 0207 831 3050, Fax: 0207 831 3052

email: richard@centrepointsoftware.co.uk

www.centrepointsoftware.co.uk

Let me know how you get on either way.

Regards

Lloyd

Sage Line 100

jason.raikes | | Permalink

All,

Thanks for your help.

Regards,

Jason Raikes

Line 100

johndon68 | | Permalink

"who have expert personnel to assist especially with Line 100."

Just like me then :)  Jason, do you stll want me to dig out a copy of the driver?

John

Sage Line 100

jason.raikes | | Permalink

John,

Yes please - that would be very kind.

Regards,

Jason Raikes

www.pendragonsystems.com

Line 100

tbayliss | | Permalink

I would say that software is circa 1993. When you say find the disc, you could be talking 3.5" floppies. 

Finding the ODBC driver might sort your immediate problem but long term you'll be doing your client a favour by helping him find something better - this won't be difficult.

Later than that

johndon68 | | Permalink

v5.4b was the first version of Sage Line 100 that was Y2K compliant so it is later than 1993...

Jason, I've got an installer for the ODBC driver - let me have an email address and I'll get a zip over to you.

John

 

Sage Line 100

jason.raikes | | Permalink

John,

My email address is jraikes@pendragonsystems.com.  Thank you so much for your help. 

As a Sage expert, you may be interested in our Sage Line 50 reporting tool which works in Microsoft Excel.  Have a look at http://www.pendragonsystems.com/sage.htm or give me a call on 07776 307 037 to discuss.

Regards,

Jason Raikes

www.pendragonsystems.com

ODBC

johndon68 | | Permalink

Email on it's way...

 

Sage 2010 ODBC

jason.raikes | | Permalink

John,

The email did not arrive.  Was the file too big or maybe filtered out due to a '.exe' extension?  please could you change the file extension and try to resend.

Thank you in advance.

Jason Raikes

www.pendragonsystems.com

ODBC

johndon68 | | Permalink

Hi Jason,

New email on it's way, I've uploaded the file to a URL for you to download.  If you have any queries re it's use, give me a shout.

John

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