Upgraded ODBC Drivers with a Number of New Features

October 25, 2017 Devart

Devart, Czech software provider of database connectivity solutions and tools for database management and development, has announced the release of updated versions of all ODBC drivers for Databases and Clouds - ODBC Drivers provide high-performance and feature-rich connectivity solutions for ODBC-based applications to access the most popular databases directly from Windows, MacOS, Linux, both 32-bit and 64-bit.

 

New features and enhancements:

 

*ODBC driver for PostgreSQL is currently compatible with Microsoft Azure Database for PostgreSQL and supports PostgreSQL 10.0.

 

*ODBC driver for MySQL allows working with Microsoft Azure Database for MySQL.

 

*Database encryption for Linux and macOS is supported in ODBC driver for SQLite.

 

*Support for Linux and macOS is now available in ODBC driver for InterBase.

 

*The MongoDB client library is included in the driver distribution, so there is no need to compile it from the source code.

 

*In ODBC driver for ASE, compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio is significantly improved.

 

*OUTER JOIN, DateTime, and Scalar function macros in SQL queries are supported in ODBC drivers.

 

*All ODBC drivers have improved compatibility with third-party tools such as Adobe ColdFusion, SAS JMP, MS Power Query.

Learn more about ODBC Drivers for Databases and Clouds at https://www.devart.com/odbc/

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