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Download iODBC: The Cross-Platform Driver Manager for ODBC


The OpenLink iODBC Driver Manager for Mac OS X (which Apples bundled one is based on) is Framework based and does include routines for loading generic setup and login dialogs for those ODBC drivers that do not have built in one. You can download it free (as it is open source) from the following location:




download iodbc



On macOS, the ODBC Administrator, based on the iODBC manager, provides easy administration of ODBC drivers and configuration, allowing the updates of the underlying iODBC configuration files through a GUI tool. The tool is included in macOS v10.5 and earlier; users of later versions of macOS need to download it from and install it manually.


With this file updated with your Snowflake information you can now test the connection using the following command that is included with iODBC:/Library/Application Support/iODBC/bin/iodbctestThis will allow you to enter an iODBC connection string for any of the DSNs listed using the ? command. This connection string should not be enclosed in quotes and should be in the following format:


The installer is designed to be used with the standard iODBC Driver Manager included in Mac OS X. While Mac OS X ships with the iODBC Driver Manager already installed, you may choose to download the most recent version of the driver at the iODBC.org website.


The search service can find package by either name (apache),provides(webserver), absolute file names (/usr/bin/apache),binaries (gprof) or shared libraries (libXm.so.2) instandard path. It does not support multiple arguments yet... The System and Arch are optional added filters, for exampleSystem could be "redhat", "redhat-7.2", "mandrake" or "gnome", Arch could be "i386" or "src", etc. depending on your system. System Arch RPM resource libiodbcThe iODBC Driver Manager is a free implementation of the SAG CLI andODBC compliant driver manager which allows developers to write ODBCcompliant applications that can connect to various databases usingappropriate backend drivers.


Use the following procedure to download the Amazon Redshift ODBC drivers for Windows operating systems. Only use a driver other than these if you're running a third-party application that is certified for use with Amazon Redshift and that requires a specific driver.


After you download and install the ODBC driver, add a data source name (DSN) entry to the client computer or Amazon EC2 instance. SQL client tools use this data source to connect to the Amazon Redshift database.


Use the steps in this section to download and install the Amazon Redshift ODBC drivers on a supported Linux distribution. The installation process installs the driver files in the following directories:


Use the steps in this section to download and install the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver on a supported version of macOS X. The installation process installs the driver files in the following directories:


If your macOS X system uses Intel architecture, download the macOS X Intel driver version 1.4.65. If your system uses ARM architecture, download the macOS X ARM driver version 1.4.65. In both cases, the name for this driver is Amazon Redshift ODBC driver.


How to download iodbc driver manager for Linux


Download iodbc source code from GitHub


Install iodbc on Mac OS X using dmg file


Download iodbc SDK for Unix platforms


Configure iodbc with GTK frontend


Download and install iodbc packages for Ubuntu


Download and install iodbc packages for Debian


Download and install iodbc packages for Gentoo


Download previous versions of iodbc from SourceForge


Read the changelog of iodbc releases


Download file-md5sums.txt for iodbc components


Learn about the iODBC.org project and its goals


Read the documentation and FAQ of iodbc


Join the mailing lists and forums of iodbc


Follow the news and updates of iodbc


Learn about the license terms and protocol of iodbc


Find out the roadmap and future plans of iodbc


Compare iodbc with other ODBC driver managers


Learn how to use iodbc with PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, and Ch


Learn how to use iodbc with MySQL 2 ODBC and ODBC Bench


Find out the links and resources related to iodbc and ODBC


Learn about the history and story of ODBC-on-Unix


Learn about the macOS (Mac OS X) ODBC overview and features


Learn how to develop ODBC-compliant applications with iodbc


Learn how to port iodbc to other platforms such as OpenVMS, OS400, and OS390


Learn how to troubleshoot and debug iodbc issues


Learn how to contribute to the iodbc project on Github


Learn how to report bugs and request features for iodbc


Learn how to test and benchmark iodbc performance


Learn how to use iodbc with Microsoft Office 2016 and other newer tools


Learn how to use iodbc with various databases such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various frameworks such as Django, Flask, Rails, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various tools such as Tableau, Power BI, Excel, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various languages such as Java, C#, R, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various architectures such as x86, x86_64, arm64, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various standards such as SQL, XML, JSON, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various data types such as text, binary, spatial, temporal, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various data sources such as files, web services, APIs, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various data formats such as CSV, XML, JSON, etc.


Learn how to use iodbc with various data models such as relational, hierarchical, graph, etc.


While MariaDB has developed an ODBC driver, the most-recently-tested version does not support SSL connections and therefore will not work. Subsequently, we recommend Windows users download and install the latest MySQL connector at


For convenience, please select the MSI installer. You might then be taken to the "Begin Your Download" page. You do not need to sign up for any account. You can simply scroll down to the bottom and select "No thanks, just start my download".


Once you have downloaded the installer, run it. When asked to select Typical, Complete, or Custom, please select Typical. If you do run into issues with the Typical download you can come back and select Complete. The example here will be based on the Typical install.


@cjkirchbergI was wondering if you know of reliable place to download either iODBC or the ODBC Manager. Also, a good place to get the ODBC drivers for macOS Big Sur and going forward. I appreciate any help you can offer.


On receiving the license details in your e-mail, login to the bridge software through the page redirected to in the email. Click on the Download icon to download the Open Link license.


The next step is downloading the data access drivers. Navigate to the Data Access Drivers tab on the Open Link website. Specify the type of database and driver you need, which in this case is the same information you entered for downloading the license. Then, click on Find Downloads.


Now that the '.ini' files configuration is in place at the Jump server, you can test the Snowflake database access by running the 'iodbctest' utility. Export the following variable at $ prompt before running the 'iodbctest' statement.


If you are using a Linux/Unix machine and Stata 10 or later, you can also connect to a database with the unixODBC driver manager. In Stata, type set odbcmgr unixodbc to use the unixODBC driver manager. To change back to the default iODBC driver manager, type set odbcmgr iodbc.


On Windows the ODBC Data Source Manager is built into the system. OnMac OS X, the iODBC ODBC manager is part of the the OS, with anoptional ODBC manager GUI available as separate download. On Unixplatforms, you can choose one of the ODBC managers unixODBC, iODBC orDataDirect, which provide the same ODBC functionality on most Unixsystems.


e) configure your .a4glrc defaults; they are used in the compiling of thecompiler, and later when the 4glpc script is invoked. Especially be careful topoint ODBC_LIB_DIR to location of your libiodbc.so file. That would for Openlinkbe openlink_inst_dir/lib. The one in $AUBITDIR is read first. If you have one in$HOME, it will override the one in $AUBITDIR


Let's consider how to install the Devart ODBC driver on Linux from an RPM package, for example, on CentOS. To install the driver, you should download the .rpm package and install it via the command line. See the detailed description of these steps below:


Alternatively you could download the dependencies during R CMD INSTALL instead by putting them in the configure script, this is probably the most straightforward solution, but of course assumes internet access during installation. Note if you go this route configure is only run for source installations, so users installing the binaries would not need to download the vendored dependencies. This is probably the route I would recommend.


The configure route looks like a good one. The tarball for CRAN could still have the vendored dependency if the configure script can check for their presence before downloading them, which would solves the issue of installing a package without access to the internet.


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