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ODBC DM 3.81 in the Next Release of Windows (code-named Windows “8” and Windows Server “8”)
We’re excited to announce Microsoft ODBC Driver Manager (DM) version 3.81. It will be released in the next release of Windows (code-named Windows “8” and Windows Server “8”). What’s New in Version 3.81? Compared to ODBC DM 3.80 that shipped in Windows 7 and Windows...
9 Apr 2012
ODBC DSN Management in the Next Release of Windows (code-named Windows “8” and Windows Server “8”)
We’re pleased to announce two new improvements for ODBC Data Source Name (DSN) Management that will be available in the next release of Windows (code-named Windows “8” and Windows Server “8”). What’s New? Improved User Interface in ODBC Data Source Administrator...
6 Apr 2012
Available Today: Preview Release of the SQL Server [C/C++] ODBC Driver for Linux
In our continued commitment to interoperability, we are very excited to announce the availability of a preview release of the SQL Server ODBC Driver for Linux! This release will allow native developers to access Microsoft SQL Server from Linux operating systems. To assist our customers with native applications...
29 Nov 2011
Annual SQL Connectivity Customer Survey
Greetings to the Developer community: Microsoft SQL Server team has been interacting on a regular basis with the developers and users in the form of surveys. During the last 2 years, we completed surveys that focused on the broad SQL Connectivity components that address major development platforms...
17 Aug 2011
Data + Application Services + Sync= “It’s Still All Data” (the new again-expanded Data Developer Center)
Last November, at the start of the 2009 PDC, we launched an expanded Data Developer Center that incorporated XML and SQL Server Modeling (formerly “Oslo”) technologies. It was a challenge to create a site structure that could accommodate eight or more distinct technologies under one roof...
7 Jun 2010
ODBC DM 3.80 in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
We’re excited to announce that version 3.8 of the Microsoft ODBC DM (Driver Manager) will be released in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. What’s New In Version 3.80? Compared to ODBC 3.5x, there are four major improvements in ODBC 3.80. Streamed Output Parameters In ODBC 3.5x,...
6 Jul 2009
64-bit OLEDB Provider for ODBC (MSDASQL) Is Now Available For Windows Server 2003
We’re pleased to announce that 64-bit MSDASQL for Windows Server 2003 is now available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=000364db-5e8b-44a8-b9be-ca44d18b059b . This update will also be available through “Windows Update” soon. What is MSDASQL? MSDASQL is...
7 Apr 2008
64-bit OLEDB Provider for ODBC (MSDASQL) Available in Longhorn Server, Starting Beta 3
We’re pleased to announce that Longhorn Server Beta 3 will include a 64-bit version of MSDASQL, Microsoft’s OLEDB Provider for ODBC. What is MSDASQL? MSDASQL is an OLEDB provider that allows applications built on OLEDB and ADO (which uses OLEDB internally) to access data sources through an ODBC...
5 Jun 2007
Data Access API of the Day Part II – Componentizing Data Access
Welcome to Part II of Data Access API of the Day ; a brief history of the evolution of Microsoft’s Data Access APIs. In Part I we looked at ODBC as Microsoft’s C-based Relational API, and the DAO and RDO automation interfaces that made relational databases exposed through ODBC available to languages...
13 Dec 2006
Data Access API of the Day, Part I
Why does it seem like Microsoft is coming up with a new Data Access API every time you turn around? First there was DbLib, then ODBC, then DAO, RDO, ODBCDirect, OLEDB, ADO, ADO.NET -- When is Microsoft going to run out of letters? And now what's this LINQ thing? And what about these "Entities" someone...
5 Dec 2006
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