announcement -- iODBC driver manager for Unix

announcement -- iODBC driver manager for Unix

Post by Ke Ji » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00



iODBC driver manager (a compliant ODBC driver manager on U*ix platfroms)
has just been upgraded to version 2.12 which also comes with a test driver
-- nntp ODBC driver version 0.3. Source code of iODBC driver manager(and
the test driver) now available at:

ftp://ftp.uu.net//pub/database/perl-interfaces/other/iODBC
ftp://ftp.demon.co.uk/pub/perl/db/other/iODBC

or other mirror sites near you.

Ke Jin

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Copying-Policy: Freely Redistributable under GNU General Public License

Description:    iODBC ( intrinsic Open Database Connectivity ) driver manager
                is an ODBC 2.0 compliant ODBC driver  manager  which performs
                exactly same tasks of ODBC 2.0 driver manager(i.e driver
                loading, parameters and function sequence checking, driver's
                function invoking, etc..). Any ODBC driver works with ODBC 2.0
                driver manager  will also work with iODBC driver manager and
                vice versa. Applications(which using ODBC function calls )
                linked with iODBC driver manager will be able to simultaneously  
                access multiple different type of data sources within a single
                process  through suitable ODBC drivers.

Platforms:      SunOS (Sparc)           4.1.x
                HP/UX (s700/s800)       9.x, 10.x
                HP/UX (s300/s400)       9.x
                IBM AIX                 3.x, 4.x
                Solaris (Sparc)         2.x
                Solaris (PCx86)         2.x
                SGI Irix                5.x, 6.x
                AT&T GIS (NCR)SVR4      3.x
                UnixWare SVR4.2         1.x, 2.x
                Digital Unix(DEC OSF/1) 3.x, 4.x
                FreeBSD                 2.x
                BSDI BSD/OS             2.x
                Linux ELF               1.2.x, 1.3.x (Slackware 2.3, Red hat 2.0)
                SCO OpenServer          5.x
                Concurrent MAX/OS       1.x
                DG/UX                   5.x