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  1. Hey Juan, Thank you very much for replying to my post. Did you get this to work through the PowerGadgets creator or through the Powershell invoke-sql script? I assumed since you didn't include user name and password in the connection string that it was from the creator. I tried that (using the creator to add user name and password) and it got close but gave me an indexing problem. If you were using powershell script, then I am just assuming you added a user name and password argument or no? I tried through shell script and got a permissions error, making me presume that I needed to dup
  2. Hi Marco, Thank you for responding to my post. I'm looking for MySQL on Windows. I'm not suprised the OLEDB wouldn't work--MySQL dropped it a long time ago. I was a bit suprised that the relatively new ODBC Connector (.13 release) would not work with the PowerGadgets invoke-sql, especially since you all just added a generic ODBC connection option (at least into the PowerGadgets Creator). I did not find your article in my search (thanks for sending it); it looks pretty straight-forward, so I'll give it a whirl (still has the look of an ASP.NET 1.1 vs. 2.0 doc) and I'll post the code/proc
  3. I love my PowerGadgets, but I have a lot of MySQL database applications. Has anyone successfully gotten a connection string for the MySQL 3.51 ODBC connection to work with the PowerGadgets "ODBC" database invoke-sql provider? If I use the correct MySQL connection string, I get a "missing provider error" from PowerGadgets. Is there another MySQL connector that PowerGadgets will work with. I would appreciate any help you might provide. Best, David
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