Devart provides a robust ODBC driver for SQL Azure, enabling seamless connections to enterprise-level reporting, analytics, BI, and ETL tools. Suitable for Windows, macOS, and Linux, the driver supports both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.
One of the major advantages of the Devart ODBC Driver is its direct connection capability. This allows database applications to establish a direct connection to SQL Azure databases via TCP/IP. By doing so, it improves application performance, quality, and streamlines the deployment process. It reduces the need for additional client software.
Key features of the software include support for macOS 13 Ventura and Windows 11. This makes it an ideal tool for businesses seeking improved performance, reliability, and quality. It also provides full support for common ODBC interfaces such as ODBC Data Types support and ODBC API Functions support. It supports Advanced Connection String parameters, enabling users to connect to SQL Azure from different environments and platforms that support ODBC. It is compatible with various operational systems and platforms, making it easy for businesses to develop both 32-bit and 64-bit cross-platform applications.
Moreover, the Devart ODBC Driver for SQL Azure supports SQL Azure cloud databases. It uses advanced data access algorithms and optimization techniques to simplify the user experience and create high-performance, lightweight data access layers. The software is widely available online through the official Devart website. It provides businesses with a reliable and robust tool that they can use to improve their data access performance and quality.
Version 5.0.1: *Fixed bug with driver license validation for Linked Server in MSSMS.
Version 5.0.0: *Oracle 23c, SQL Server 2022, and Maria DB 11 support.
*Added support for SQL_ATTR_MAX_ROWS attribute
*Improved compatibility with Visual Basic in Visual Studio
*Added support for macOS 13 Ventura
*Improved compatibility with Tableau Prep Builder
*Improved compatibility with Crystal Reports
*Improved the SSH connection establishment