Three things to try:
1. Set the "Long query time" to 0 ms
2. Make sure your log file path is as simple as possible (i.e. no special characters and preferably no spaces in the path). Your home directory is a good place to start.
3. Make sure your account has admin privileges. This shouldn't normally be required, but it might help in your case.
Thanks for your reply Jonathan.
1. I set the Long Query time to 0 ms.
2. I made my log file path: C:\ODBC\Query.log
3. I am logged in as admin
It still does not log anything. So have you successfully been able to log anything with FMSA 11 or FM 11 from your end?
Ok. I just tried those steps on a Windows XP 64 Bit with Visual Studio and Crystal Reports installed and it actually logged some ODBC items. However, my Server that has Windows 2008 64 bit with sbs on it and my Desktop that has Windows 7 64 bit on it both fail to log anything when I do odbc queries on those operating systems.