Our Single-Tier ODBC Drivers for Progress are a single component installed on a data-consuming machine – depending on the architecture in which the driver is deployed, either a client such as a desktop, a workstation or an application-server machine. No components need be installed on the database server.Our OpenLink Single-Tier Drivers for Progress 4GL(SQL-89) are a Type-A class of driver developed using the Progress ESQL/C call-level interface; they assume the prior installation of the Progress Network Client software for the target Progress Server release.
Our OpenLink Single-Tier Drivers for Progress SQL-92 are a Type-A class of driver developed using the Progress SQL-92 call-level interface; they assume the preinstallation of the Progress Network Client software for the target Progress Server release
Progress DataDirect’s ODBC Driver for OpenEdge offers a high-performing, secure and reliable connectivity solution for ODBC applications to access OpenEdge data. Our ODBC driver can be easily used with all versions of SQL and across all platforms – Unix / Linux, AIX, Solaris, Windows and HP-UX. Enjoy real-time analytics, reporting and business intelligence (BI) capabilities with your favorite tools such as Tableau, Power BI, Qlik, Excel, Cognos, Informatica, SAS, Board, MicroStrategy, SSIS, Oracle OBIEE and more.
- ODBC driver supports OpenEdge 10.1.x and higher. For earlier versions, see our API Adapter
- ODBC driver for organizations without an OpenEdge relationship
- Bundle this driver with non-OpenEdge applications to access the ecosystem
Superfast data loading and extraction that reduces the time and cost of running enterprise infrastructures
Easy to Use
I’d like to create an ODBC connection to the progress 8.3B database used by our MFGPRO 8.6E ERP, in order to make queries on it for various report purposes. The final client application would be an internal php site hosted on a different server. You can see the my configuration details at the end of this post.
Hi – Just wondering if anyone that is still on E9 – Progress database, has had any experience with obtaining Progress ODBC drivers that are more up-to-date then what came with our software? I am being asked by Source Day to go onto the Progress web site to download both the 32 bit and 64 bit Progress ODBC drivers (Progress Data Direct ODBC OE drivers). They want me to obtain the 11.3 or greater version of these drivers. I do not have the correct Serial numbers and IPE numbers to do this. Would appreciate any input someone could provide regarding this.Our single-tier ODBC drivers are a single component installed on the Progress Daegu consuming machine – depending on the size in which the driver is deployed, either a client such as a desktop, workstation or application-server machine. No need to install any partitions on the database server.
Our OpenLink single-tier drivers for Progress 4GL (SQQL L-89) are Type-A class of drivers developed using the Progress ESQL / C call-level interface; They acknowledge the earlier installation of Progress Network client software for the target process server release.
Our OpenLink single-tier driver for Progress SKQL L-97 is a Type-A class of driver developed using the Progress SKQL L-92 call-level interface; They consider the pre-installation of the Progress Network client software for the release of the target Progress server.
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