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Actually, what that is saying is it cannot find in the list of paths provided for linking (-L/usr/lib64). That is strange as an earlier post showed:

042 odbc_config reports --prefix=/usr 043 odbc_config reports --include-prefix=/usr/include 044 odbc_config reports --lib-prefix=/usr/lib64 045 ODBC INC dir set to /usr/include via odbc_config 046 ODBC LIB dir set to /usr/lib64 via odbc_config 047 Using ODBCHOME /usr

Look for libodbc* files in /usr/lib64 to see what exists. Better still, post ls -la /usr/lib64/libodbc* here.

In reply to Re^6: connecting to mssql on rhel7 with new mssql driver by mje
in thread connecting to mssql on rhel7 with new mssql driver by vcoderv2

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