Sybase ODBC Driver for ASE

I am in search of the Sybase System 11 ODBC driver.  I am trying to run DataArchitect on a Windows NT machine and connect to a ASE database.  Where might I find this driver to load on my client PC.  Thanks in advance.
mdwarneAsked:
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snoop_doggy_doggCommented:
Dude, it comes with the Sybase Open Client.

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jkotekCommented:
Yes, the Sybase 11.0.x comes with the ODBC and OpenClient driver ver. 10.0.x on separate flopy disks. The newest version is the 10.0.4 (it is the version no. of the included OpenClient), but it is upward/downwards compatible (= you can use ODBC drivers from ASE 12.0 [on CD] if you want)

Moreover the PowerDesigner DataArchitect also comes with Sybase ODBC driver.

What you have to do is:

1) Install OpenClient from the Sybase server CD/disks
2) Install ODBC from the Sybase server CD/disks or from the PD DataArchitect (included directly in the installation under Intersolv ODBC Drivers)
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dk99Commented:
You can connect  to Sybase  ASE through Sybase Open Client  from your client pc (Windows NT). The software can be installed from Sybase Open Client for Windows NT or ASE 11.5 for Windows NT. If you donot have the CD, you might need to Contact Sybase Inc how to get.

Thanks ...
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DotNetShamusCommented:
What if you do not have the media?

Developers and DBA's are often in different parts of the country.

Doesn't Sybase have a download for just the ODBC drivers somewhere?

It's like pulling teeth.
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