64-bit Windows There is both a 64-bit and 32-bit version of the ODBC Data Source Administrator. The 64-bit version enables you to trace the ODBC API calls that are made by a 64-bit application. The 32-bit version enables you to trace the ODBC API calls that are made by a 32-bit application.
The 64-bit version is located in Control Panel (see the previous step). To run the 32-bit version, in the Windows Run dialog box, type:
On Windows 8, both the 32-bit and 64-bit ODBC Administrator are located in Control Panel under Administrative tools: ODBC Data Sources (32-bit) and ODBC Data Sources (64-bit).
If you are not sure which version to use, in ODBC Data Source Administrator, check that you can see your ODBC data source in the relevant DSN tab. If you cannot see your data source listed, run the other version of ODBC Data Source Administrator. If you are using a DSN-less connection and do not get a log file after completing the steps in this article, try enabling tracing in the other version of ODBC Data Source Administrator.
For more information about ODBC on 64-bit Windows platforms, see our 64-bit ODBC article.
Now you will notice that the button has now changed to Stop Tracing Now
All ODBC calls will now be logged to the specified log file.