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In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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Learn more about ODBC Drivers for Databases and Clouds at https://www.devart.com/odbc/
Support for Linux and macOS is now available in ODBC driver for InterBase.
Provision of advanced connection string parameters in order to allow any desktop and web applications to access MongoDB from various environments and platforms, which support ODBC.
Drivers built upon the SimbaEngine SDK driver development framework complies with the latest ODBC 3.52 data standard, JDBC 3.0 and 4.0 standard and ADO.Net standards and adds important functionality such as Unicode and 32- and 64-bit support for high-performance computing environments on all platforms.
Provision of advanced connection string parameters in order to allow any desktop and web applications to access NetSuite cloud databases from various environments and platforms supporting ODBC.
Based on Simba s proven ODBC 3.52 driver for Hadoop/Hive, Hortonworks Hive ODBC Driver 1.0 provides users with full SQL application functionality and real-time analytic reporting capabilities to shorten time-to-insight and make it easier for users to glean valuable intelligence from big data.
Based on the ODBC 3.5 specification, Connect ODBC, version 4.0, includes a new Wire Protocol driver for Oracle 8 and 9i, completing the suite with Wire-Protocol access to Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, Sybase and Informix.
*Drivers fully support standard ODBC API functions and data types, multiple server data types and features.
* New iloader performs data extraction from any ODBC data source as well as from ASCII flat files
The software supports many Windows industry standards (ODBC, OLE, ActiveX and COM, for example), facilitating database creation/ linkage, form creation for data entry, interface customization, etc., without the need to muck about in the applications' source code.
Designed to increase the productivity of knowledge workers and workgroups, FileMaker Pro 5.5 allows workgroup and corporate data to be connected via dynamic two-way ODBC. According to FileMaker the new version is the first software in the world to both run in native mode on Mac OS X - Apple's next generation operating system - and gain logo-certification for Windows 2000.
ODBC is the acronym for open database connectivity.