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Downloads are available in source and binary formats at the PostgreSQL downloads sitepsqlODBC DocumentationThe following documents contain various bits of useful information. Please send any additional documentation, or report errors/omissions to pgsql-odbc@postgresql.org




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As part of a commercial research project,the developers at Insight DistributionsSystem overhauled the driver. Their goal was to make the drivercommercially viable. In keeping with the spirit with whichthe original source was acquired, Insight published their work at theirwebsite. Some time later and after some discussion with membersof the PostgreSQL organization, psqlODBC was adapted as the part of thePostgreSQL source distribution. The driver continued to be maintained by Byron Nikolaidis, the developer at Insight who overhauled the driver for some time.


BMC Discovery ships with drivers for the MS SQL Server and Sybase databases. To connect to other databases, you must download and install the appropriate JDBC drivers for those databases. You can view and configure database driver details in the BMC Discovery Outpost UI, from the Manage > Database Drivers page.


The To download a database driver from the internet section on this page provides driver download and documentation URLs where available. For more information, consult the database vendor's documentation.


The Database Drivers page lists the supported databases and any installed drivers. Not all database drivers can be shipped, so some database types show No JAR selected, and provide an upload link enabling you to upload a JAR.


After adding a custom database driver or for an existing database driver, you can add the database credentials. If you have not registered an Outpost, you can add the database credentials from the Manage > Credentials page of the BMC Discovery UI. Alternatively, if you have registered an Outpost, go to the Manage > Credentials page of the BMC Discovery Outpost UI and use the Add option. For information on adding database credentials, see Adding credentials.


In the BMC Discovery Outpost UI, go to the Manage > Database Drivers page and click the driver name link, or select Details from the Actions menu for the driver you want to view. The Database Driver Details page displays the details.


This manual describes how to install and configure MySQL Connector/ODBC, the driver that enables ODBC applications to communicate with MySQL servers, and how to use it to develop database applications.


Edit MY goal is this, I need to do read data from a Remedy Database using a VB .Net app. /EditI am trying to read data from the AR System ODBC driver in a VS 2010 VB windows form.I have added a connection in the data connections via , a system dsn, connection string pulled from a working excel data pull, and built a connection string based via the wizard.I can test connection, and it comes back 'test connection succeeded'.When I click ok and the Data connection goes to my server explorer, it expands to tables, view, and procedures and viewing/refreshing those causes errors such as:Column 'Table_Cat' does not belong to table Tables.Error [im00][ar system odbc driver] not supported


When i run odbcad32.exe my ar system odbc driver shows 7.00.01.02 which is what I assume is installed on everyones machines as I used the remedy install set provided to me by the IT/Software admins to build this dev box.


In this article, we are going to understand the process to configure the ODBC driver for PostgreSQL. For the demonstration, I have installed PostgreSQL on my workstation. The details of the server and database are following:


You can download the ODBC driver for PostgreSQL from the official download website of PostgreSQL. You can view the various versions of the drivers from this location. We are configuring the ODBC driver for windows 10, so we are going to download the MSI file of the Driver. Click on the MSI folder.


Under the MSI directory, you can view the various versions of Driver. The files are compressed in zip format. We want to download the latest version, so scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the psqlodbc_13_01_0000-x64.zip file.


On the Custom Setup screen, you can select the feature of the drivers. In the ODBC driver setup, you can see the driver under the pSQLODBC_x64 tree. You can view the disk usage of the Driver. If you want to install the documentation, click on the button under the psqlODBC_x64 tree and select the entire feature installed on the disk option. We are installing the documentation, so I have chosen that option.


The Device42 ODBC driver allows users to connect to Device42 and pull data externally as an ODBC [Open Database Connectivity] data source. The current ODBC driver installs on Microsoft Windows, and we provide instructions to leverage both generic ODBC connectivity, and to connect Microsoft PowerBI to your Device42 ODBC datasource below.


Using the Device42 ODBC driver, it is possible to import data directly into SQL Server. The following procedure will facilitate a data import.[The following instructions are for Windows 10 and may be differ from other versions of Windows.]


This page provides information on installation and configuration of certain database drivers. Note that this page is not comprehensive; Jitterbit Harmony supports most ODBC- and JDBC-compliant databases (see Supported Endpoints and Protocols).


Database drivers are automatically detected from the Harmony Agent. For Cloud Agents, managed by Jitterbit, a set of commonly used JDBC drivers is already provided. For Private Agents, installed drivers are detected from the operating system where each Private Agent is installed. In addition, you can install other database drivers on Private Agents as needed. For general information and instructions on installing additional drivers on Private Agents, refer to Installing Additional ODBC or JDBC Drivers.


You can connect to DB2 on iSeries using either a JDBC or ODBC driver. Note that if you want to use additional features, such as being able to provide a manual query, these are available using the JDBC driver only. These instructions are for installing the JDBC driver.


You must be running a Private Agent in order to connect to Microsoft Access. Microsoft Office must be installed on the same system that the Private Agent is running on, and that system must be a Windows operating system. Note that the Jitterbit team has not tested Linux ODBC drivers for Microsoft Access.


During Database activity configuration, note that the Microsoft Access ODBC driver does not support searching for objects. Do not enter search criteria into the table selection search box, as no results will be returned.


For example, Windows 10 comes with x32 .xls ODBC drivers that support Excel versions 3.0, 4.0, 5.0/95, and 97-2000. However, to get the newer ODBC drivers that support all of these versions and Excel 12.0 (Excel 2007), you can install one of these drivers:


Microsoft SQL Server databases are accessible from Harmony Agents running on Windows or Linux, with Windows ODBC on Private Agents recommended for optimized performance. However, note that if you want to use additional features, such as being able to provide a manual query, these are available using the JDBC driver only. Jitterbit Harmony supports these authentication options:


Windows authentication is supported using ODBC on Private Agents only, and can be used with only one domain account. To use Windows authentication with the SQL Server ODBC driver, set up these properties in Windows:


We recommend using the MySQL JDBC driver for MySQL that ships with the Harmony Agent. Using the JDBC driver is recommended for additional features, such as being able to provide a manual query, that are not available through an ODBC connection.


If you want to use the ODBC driver (Private Agents only), use the 3.51 version and not the 5.1 version, as the 5.1 driver is unsuitable for use with Jitterbit Harmony. The driver can be downloaded at


If the ODBC driver does not display in the Driver dropdown in Cloud Studio, use the ODBC manager on the Private Agent to see if the driver is visible. Check to see if the driver is listed in the Data Sources (ODBC) Windows applet (under Administrative Tools).


If you are still unable to see the driver after seeing it in the ODBC manager, double-check that you are connecting to the correct machine. To do so, stop the Jitterbit Apache service on that machine and make sure you can no longer connect using the client.


Securing the connection between a database and a Private Agent depends on the ODBC driver being used. The standard MySQL ODBC driver does not use encryption. The best way to enable such encryption is by tunneling the connection through SSH. This can be done on Private Agents only.


You can connect to an Oracle database using either a JDBC or ODBC driver. The JDBC driver is recommended for additional features, such as being able to provide a manual query, that are not available through an ODBC connection. This section describes how to configure an Oracle database within Cloud Studio using an ODBC driver on Private Agents.


Before you can establish a connection to Oracle through ODBC, you must have the Oracle Client (including the Oracle ODBC driver) installed on the Harmony Private Agent. If you are using multiple Private Agents within an Agent Group, the Oracle Client must be installed on all agents in the group. See Agents > Agent Groups for details.


Once the driver information is added as described below, while selecting your driver within Cloud Studio you should see your driver appear in the list of ODBC drivers. If the steps below are not successful, see Installing Additional ODBC or JDBC Drivers for details regarding driver installation.


If you have remote agent configuration enabled through the Management Console, you can add your driver information under the Db Drivers tab as follows. For details on remote agent configuration, see the section on View or Edit Jitterbit Conf under Agents > Agent Groups.


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