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ODBC - ODBC Driver Knowledge Base
most important key terminologies you need to know if you work in Automation, Controls, Brilliant Manufacturing, Operational & Industrial Intelligence or IoT etc.
; regardless of any vendor(s) you are dealing (Allen Bradley, GE Fanuc, Siemens, Modicon, Mitsubishi, Omron, Automation Direct etc).
An ODBC driver translates an ODBC call issued by the application into a specific call(s) for a particular database.
In this module, the application links dynamically to a specific database.
ODBC drivers are available from a variety of sources.
Some companies, such as Q&EĀ®/Intersolv, specialize in writing database drivers.
They provide a package that contains over a dozen ODBC drivers for various databases.
ODBC drivers are often available from the database vendor as well.
Often times, the user has more than one ODBC driver and manufacturer to choose from.
The ODBC driver communicates to the client support layer.
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