Devart ODBC Driver for Oracle provides high-performance and feature-rich connectivity solution for ODBC-based applications to access Oracle databases from Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, both 32-bit and 64-bit. Full support for standard ODBC API functions and data types implemented in our driver makes interaction of your database applications with Oracle fast, easy and extremely handy. Key Features: - Direct Connection. Database applications based on our solution get an opportunity to establish connection to Oracle by means of native Oracle client software and in Direct Mode. Direct Mode gives your applications an unrivaled advantage - connection to Oracle databases directly via TCP/IP avoiding Oracle Client. That improves performance of your applications, quality, reliability and especially the deployment process, since there is no need to supply additional client software together with your application.
- Development Platforms Variety. ODBC driver for Oracle doesn't limit your choice of the development platform and environment. The driver installations are available for various operational systems and platforms. The current version supports Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, both 32-bit and 64-bit. - DB Compatibility. ODBC driver for Oracle supports Oracle servers: 12c, 11g, 10g, 9i, 8i, 8.0, including Oracle Express Edition 11g and 10g.
ODBC driver for Oracle supports both x86 and x64 versions of the following Oracle Clients: 12c, 11g, 10g, 9i, 8i, 8.0. Note that support for x64 versions of Oracle Clients is available for 64-bit Windows. - High Performance. All our products are designed to help you write high-performance, lightweight data access layers, therefore they use advanced data access algorithms and techniques of optimization. - Support for Oracle Cloud in the Direct Mode. - Showing meta data for the current scheme option.
- Improved compatibility with MS Visual Studio, MS Fox Pro, MapInfo, Libre Office, Qlik, Delphi & C++Builder, MS Access. Full Specifications General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date October 28, 2016 Date Added November 07, 2016 Version 2.1 Category Category Subcategory Operating Systems Operating Systems Windows XP/7/8/10 Additional Requirements Only one ODBC Driver for InterBase version can be installed on PC in order to avoid incompatibility Download Information File Size 10. Usb dongle drivers free download. 26MB File Name DevartODBCOracle.exe Popularity Total Downloads 5,780 Downloads Last Week 44 Pricing License Model Free to try Limitations 30-day trial Price $149.95.
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No ODBC Drivers available for Excel or Access! Even after a complete new installation of Windows 7 and Office 2003 professional or Office 2007 professional on another computer. When I want to add a driver in the ODBC Data Source Administrator, the response is: 'T o install new drivers use the driver's setup program!' In the ODBC Data Source Administrators Windows only the SQL-Native Client and SQL-Server, from Microsoft shows to be installed!
How to install these ODBC Drivers or how to go about it? Thanks a lot for your responses! I think the answer is already here in this thread (but it's not, imo, the post marked as 'Answer'). You need to use Windows 7 32-bit subsystem. In particular, you need to use the ODBC control panel here: c: windows sysWOW64 odbcad32.exe At least in my case, that version (the 32 bit version) of the cpl did contain the Access (2003 in my case) ODBC driver.
The 64 bit DLLs etc are in c: windows system32. The 32 bit subsystem (so you can still run 32 bit apps on 64 bit Windows 7) is in c: windows sysWOW64. I mean, that's very intuitive - right? But I didn't post anything here until I could confirm that the 32 bit ODBC connection to Access was working (giving me the db's data). Well what I'm trying to get to work goes through a bunch more complications: Tomcat, mondrian, edits to config files to point things in the right direction, etc.
But given that it all now works, I'd say that the ODBC connection to the Access db must be working (I'm getting its data in the web interface to Mondrian). Mondrian is an open-source (sourceforge) OLAP project. It's also bundled with other BI stuff at: www.pentaho.com The default data store for Mondrian on Windows is Access. So the key is to use c: windows sysWOW64 odbcad32.exe.