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Oracle Bi Server 1 Odbc Driver



Legacy Spark JDBC drivers accept SQL queries in ANSI SQL-92 dialect and translate the queries to the Databricks SQL dialect before sending them to the server. However, if your application generates Databricks SQL directly or your application uses any non-ANSI SQL-92 standard SQL syntax specific to Databricks, Databricks recommends that you set UseNativeQuery=1 as a connection configuration.With that setting, the driver passes the SQL queries verbatim to Databricks.




Oracle Bi Server 1 Odbc Driver



Make a backup of odbcinst.ini. The driver installation updates odbcinst.ini. odbcinst.ini contains the list of drivers that are registered with the unixODBC Driver Manager. To discover the location of odbcinst.ini on your computer, execute the following command: odbc_config --odbcinstini.


The driver needs to load the resource file to function. This file is called msodbcsqlr17.rll or msodbcsqlr13.rll depending on the driver version. The location of the .rll file is relative to the location of the driver itself (so or dylib), as noted in the table above. As of version 17.1 the driver will also attempt to load the .rll from the default directory if loading from the relative path fails. The default resource file path on Linux is /opt/microsoft/msodbcsql17/share/resources/en_US/.


Additionally, under /opt/amazon/redshiftodbc/Setup on Linux or /opt/amazon/redshift/Setup on macOS X, there are sample odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files. You can use these files as examples for configuring the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver and the data source name (DSN).


Whichever option you choose for the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files, modify the files to add driver and DSN configuration information. If you create new files, you also need to set environment variables to specify where these configuration files are located.


By default, ODBC driver managers are configured to use hidden versions of the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini configuration files (named .odbc.ini and .odbcinst.ini) located in the home directory. They also are configured to use the amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file in the /lib subfolder of the driver installation directory. If you store these configuration files elsewhere, set the environment variables described following so that the driver manager can locate the files. For more information, see "Specifying the Locations of the Driver Configuration Files" in the Amazon Redshift ODBC connector installation and configuration guide.


By default, ODBC driver managers are configured to use hidden versions of the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini configuration files (named .odbc.ini and .odbcinst.ini) located in the home directory. They also are configured to use the amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file in the /lib subfolder of the driver installation directory. If you store these configuration files elsewhere, the environment variables so that the driver manager can locate the files. For more information, see "Specifying the Locations of the Driver Configuration Files" in Amazon Redshift ODBC Connector Installation and Configuration Guide.


In Linux and macOS X, you set driver configuration options in your odbc.ini and amazon.redshiftodbc.ini files, as described in Use an ODBC driver manager to configure the driver on Linux and macOS X operating systems. Configuration options set in an amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file apply to all connections. In contrast, configuration options set in an odbc.ini file are specific to a connection. Configuration options set in odbc.ini take precedence over configuration options set in amazon.redshiftodbc.ini.


But luckily there is a small console utility which makes the task easier and more elegant - scripted. Microsoft provides us a tool called odbcconf.exe located in C:\Windows\System32 folder. And its syntax is not very obvious but not too hard also. Generally the syntax is the following: odbcconf.exe /a action "parameters". In this case the call is odbcconf.exe APILevel=2. Here installdriver is the action and the long string is the set of parameters divided by . It may look a bit complicated but in my opinion it leaves less space for manual work and therefore less space for error. Just one note: don't forget to start a cmd windows as administrator.


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