PostgreSQL ODBC driver

Create fast and secure connections between your ODBC-based applications and PostgreSQL databases with this ODBC connector for PostgreSQL.

  • PostgreSQL ODBC driver
  • Version :2.1.5
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Devart

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PostgreSQL ODBC driver Description

PostgreSQL ODBC Driver offers you the means to build a fast, high-performance connection between your applications and the selected PostgreSQL database.

The tool is compatible with various operating systems and can ensure the access to several editions of PostgreSQL.

The utility ensures a direct connection between your ODBC interface application and the PostgreSQL, via TCP/IP.

This way, you can avoid the rerouting of the data to third party applications and enjoy the speed and stable transfers.

The tool is designed to improve the performance of your applications, as well as the deployment process, thanks to the direct connection.

PostgreSQL ODBC Driver is compatible with several editions of the Windows and Linux operating systems, with both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. It is also supported by cross-platform applications.

Moreover, the utility works with some of the common ODBC interfaces, including ODBC Data Types and API functions. The tool can ensure the connection to several PostgreSQL editions, 7.1 and higher.

PostgreSQL ODBC Driver can easily be installed and configured with the help of ODBC Data Source Administrator, in the System DSN tab.

After installing the driver, you need to specify a Data Source name, a short description and the server details: name, port, database, schema and login credentials. You can even test the connection before saving the settings.

PostgreSQL ODBC Driver supports advanced connection options, such as enabling the use of Unicode characters or a custom set of symbols.

You may specify the timeout duration, IP version (IPv4, IPv6, both) and the preferred protocol (pv20 or pv30).

Additionally, you can also configure an SSL connection if required, by specifying the CA certificate, cipher list, key and the mode. SmDisable, smRequire, smPrefer and smAllow are supported. Moreover, you can enable the use of NULL strings in the metadata.

System requirements

  • PostgreSQL

Limitations in the unregistered version

  • 30 days trial

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