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Microsoft ODBC Driver for DB2


Microsoft ODBC Driver for DB2

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nileshsane
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Hi,

I need to download Microsoft ODBC Driver for DB2.

There are a couple of sites with their own ODBC driver for DB2, but I need the MS version of that.

Where can I download it from?

Thanks in advance.




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I don't have any experience with DB2, so you'll want to check deeper into this yourself.

There looks to be a client that allows you to connect to DB2 via ODBC: DB2 Run-Time Client Information.

Download for that client: 32-bit DB2 Products for Windows® Operating Systems on 32-bit Intel® and AMD systems - All FixPaks and Clients code for DB2 UDB version 8

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Thanks for the info.

I could establish the connectivity using the IBM DB2 drivers

The problem was that the object owner for the schema table in my db was "sa" where as the system was looking for "dbo". Didnt face such problems in SQLSERVER.




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