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I have a Linux Server on which a Sybase Adaptive Server Database is hosted. I am developing a Front-End application under Windows 95 using Borland C++ which has to have access to the Sybase database, its stored procedures and triggers using a ODBC driver.
From which side is the ODBC Driver available for this? Is it from the Server side (Sybase) or from the Client side (Borland)??
Would appreciate any help very much!
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Question by:ravipal
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An ODBC driver always runs on the client machine, but usually is available from the DB server's manufacurer.
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erick1217 earned 50 total points
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you can get the driver from http://www.sybase.com/products/download.html
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