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ODBC: Responsible Party


ODBC: Responsible Party

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What team in your organization is responsible for setting up ODBC System DSNs?

16.67% - 2 votes DBAs
16.67% 2 votes
25% - 3 votes Server Admins
25% 3 votes
33.33% - 4 votes Developers
33.33% 4 votes
25% - 3 votes Other
25% 3 votes
Member votes: 9, Guest votes: 0. You don't have permission to vote in this poll
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renrob
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I've noticed that creating ODBC connections varies from company to company. It made me curious as to what the percentages look like across the world. So, who's responsible at your organization?



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