Support for ODBC Driver 11 and 13 for SQL Server in Asset Manager

Idea ID 1657452

Support for ODBC Driver 11 and 13 for SQL Server in Asset Manager

Hi,

Currently in Asset Manager, if you use the ODBC Driver 11 or 13 for SQL Server   the Asset Manager windows client can't see the new connection. Thus we can't use the new connection.

It appears that the AM client is restricted to only use connections that use drivers like SQL Server ... (for example: SQL Server Native Client 10.0 or SQL Server Natve Client 11.0)

I'm not aware of a way to make the AM client 'see' the ODBC connections using that driver other than tweaking the registry.

Thanks,

David

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Great news, this idea has been accepted on our product roadmap, timing TBD. Check back for updates. (This is not a formal commitment, and subject to change)

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@Ming-Feng : Is there any update on this?

We are having the same issue.

 

Regards

Lovi Thomas

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@Lovi  We will support ODBC Driver 13 for SQL Server in coming Asset Manager release

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Status changed to: Delivered
 
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