- Your target database must be ODBC and SQL compliant.
- You must possess enough knowledge to establish an ODBC connection to this database using third-party or native ODBC drivers.
- You need a functional Mono CLR runtime.
- You need to ensure that you have the iODBC or other ODBC Driver Manager installed on non-Windows platforms.
- You must possess third-party or native drivers that connect to your target database.
A client portion of these drivers must be installed on the same machine as
OpenLink's .NET Data Provider for ODBC.
- You will need to ensure that your environment is configured to promote connectivity using your third-party or native ODBC driver.
OpenLink Product Support can provide minimal assistance in this area. Ideally, you will use your drivers to create a System Data Source Name for greater compatibility with OpenLink needs.
- You must know the exact name of one or more third party or native Data Source Names that connect to your target data source.
Proceed to Installation Documentation: OpenLink .NET Data Provider for ODBC Installation and Configuration