.NET Framework Data Provider for ODBC connection strings

Connects to

SQL Server 2012

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

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SQL Server 2008

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQL Server 2005

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQL Server 2000

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQL Server 7.0

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Oracle

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

IBM DB2

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

MySQL

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Sybase Adaptive

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Informix

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

PostgreSQL

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

UniVerse

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

AS/400

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Firebird

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Paradox

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Mimer SQL

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Pervasive

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Caché

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Netezza DBMS

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

ZIM

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Interbase

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Ingres

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQLBase

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Teradata

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

DBMaker

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Valentina

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQLite

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Progress

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 97

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2000

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2002

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2003

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2007

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2010

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Excel 2013

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Textfile

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 97

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2000

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2002

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2003

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2007

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2010

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Access 2013

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Visual FoxPro

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

DBF / FoxPro

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Filemaker

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

SQL Azure

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Intuit QuickBase

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Composite Information Server

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Lotus Notes

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

DSN

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

ComputerEase

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

Sybase Advantage

  • Use an ODBC driver from .NET

    Driver={any odbc driver's name};OdbcKey1=someValue;OdbcKey2=someValue;

    See the respective ODBC driver's connection strings options. The .net OdbcConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified ODBC driver. Read more here.

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