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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Updating the ODBC.ini file Post 302352581 by pgop on Saturday 12th of September 2009 04:38:06 AM
Old 09-12-2009
Lightbulb Not sure if you got your file already

This might take some time,
but will find it if you can give it some time.
Try the /etc folder, have seen most of such config files for DW systems in this folder.
find / -name "odbc.ini" -print | more

I doubt anybody on this forum can help with your second question Smilie.
Better try any Informatica forum, or the help manuals.Guessing them manuals, have it all.

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