I followed the instructions provided in 'DEN60EDU0105LAB01 - Create ds_call_center data source and import all tables' and was able to successfully connect to the ODBC datasource. I did the following steps:
* Downloaded and installed AccessDatabaseEngine_X64
* In ODBC Data Source Administrator (64-bit) Windows tool, ‘Add..’ a new System DSN.
* Select Microsoft Access Driver in ‘Create New Data Source’
* In the ODBC Microsoft Access Setup window, Select ‘calltracking.mdb’ as Database and give the DSN a name ‘call_tracking’
* In Virtual DataPort Administration Tool, create a new ODBC Data Source with the following details:
* Name: ds_call_center
* Change the Database Adapter: ‘Access’
* Connection type: DSN
* DSN: ‘call_tracking: System DSN’
* Enter the login and password
For this scenario, I would ensure that the Microsoft Office which I have is a 64-bit version as well.
If you are running the Virtual DataPort Server on Linux, you will have to enable the support for ODBC data sources as it is disabled by default.
You may refer to [Enabling the Support for ODBC Sources When the Virtual DataPort Server Runs on Linux](https://community.denodo.com/docs/html/browse/7.0/platform/installation/postinstallation_tasks/postinstallation_tasks_in_virtual_dataport/enabling_the_support_for_odbc_sources_when_the_virtual_dataport_server_runs_on_linux) section of the Denodo Platform Installation Guide for more information.
Hope this helps!