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Instant Client ODBC requires the Oracle Instant Client Basic or Basic Light package (depending on your locale requirements) also be installed. Download the desired package from OTN for your operating system and follow the installation instructions on the download page. For example, unzip the package to C:\instantclient_19_3 on Windows, unzip to /opt/oracle/instantclient_19_3 on Linux or other platforms, or use yum to install the RPM packages on Linux.




Oracle Odbc 9i Driver Download



Denodo uses the PostgreSQL driver. If you don't have the PostgreSQL driver installed, follow these instructions to download and install the Linux 64-bit driver for Tableau Server. The PostgreSQL driver version you download is version 9.6.5, which currently doesn't work with Denodo. See the note below for alternatives.


After you install the driver, append the following section to the /etc/odbcinst.ini file (if it's not already there), using the correct information for your environment. For example, make sure the driver is located in the path specified.


Follow these steps to install the JDBC driver for Oracle NetSuite on your Mac.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for NetSuite will download onto your computer.2. Copy the .jar file to the following folder.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for NetSuite on your Windows computer.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for NetSuite will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers.Note: There are no licensing fees when you use the CData driver with the Tableau NetSuite connector. However, if you use this CData driver with the Tableau Other Databases (ODBC) connector or outside of Tableau, licensing fees might apply.


1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for NetSuite will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers.Note: There are no licensing fees when you use the CData driver with the Tableau NetSuite connector. However, if you use this CData driver with the Tableau Other Databases (ODBC) connector or outside of Tableau, licensing fees might apply.


Note: Tableau connectors using JDBC drivers require Java to run. If Java is not already installed on your computer, download and install the latest Java 8 version. There are many options available. We recommend downloading from


Pivotal Greenplum Database uses PostgreSQL drivers. If you don't have PostgreSQL drivers installed, follow these instructions to download and install the Linux 64-bit PostgreSQL driver for Tableau Server.


The Mac driver for PostgreSQL is installed by default with Tableau Desktop. If you can't connect to PostgreSQL, install the iODBC Driver Manager and then try connecting again. You can get the latest version (mxkozzzz.dmg) from the iODBC.org website or download the file directly.


The Mac driver for PostgreSQL is installed by default with Tableau Prep Builder. If you can't connect to PostgreSQL, install the iODBC Driver Manager and then try connecting again. You can get the latest version (mxkozzz.dmg) from the iODBC.org website or download the file directly.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for SAP SuccessFactors on your Mac.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for SuccessFactors will download onto your computer.2. Copy the .jar file to this folder. If you don't have this folder you may have to create it manually.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for SAP SuccessFactors on your Windowscomputer:1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for SuccessFactors will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers.


Follow these steps to install the JDBC driver for SAP SuccessFactors on your Windowscomputer:1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for SuccessFactors will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for Zendesk on your Mac.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Copy the downloaded .jar file to the following folder. If you don't have the folder, you may have to create it.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for Zendesk on your Windows computer.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to C:\Program Files\Tableau\Drivers.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for Zendesk on your Windows computer.1. Click Driver Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to the following folder.


Note: The Zendesk driver is a JDBC driver so it doesn't require a odbc.ini file. 1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Unzip the file, and then copy it to the following directory.


Complete the following steps to install the JDBC driver for Zendesk on your Windows computer.1. Click Download. The JDBC driver for Zendesk will download onto your computer.2. Move the downloaded .jar file to the following location.


It is generally a good idea to download and install both the 32-bit and 64-bit MSI packages. Otherwise, the ODBC Driver Manager may sometimes load the wrong version of the driver for your application, which can cause errors like the following:


The installation process is fairly easy. First, you need to extract the files from the binary tarball. Then, you need to install the driver's shared library to the appropriate place in your system. The driver's shared library is called libmaodbc.so and it is located in either the lib directory or the lib64 directory, depending on whether you downloaded a 32-bit or 64-bit package. The driver's shared library can be installed anywhere, but for simplicity, the instructions below will assume that you are installing it to /usr/lib64, which is a common directory for 64-bit shared libraries on many Linux distributions.


/subsystem=datasources/data-source="[NAME]":add(jta="true",use-ccm="true",use-java-context="true",enabled="true",jndi-name=java:/jdbc/[NAME],max-pool-size=10,min-pool-size=5,flush-strategy="FailingConnectionOnly",driver-name=oracle,connection-url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@[HOST_NAME]:1521:[SID],user-name="[user]",password="[password]")


To update the ADS JDBC drivers you need to overwrite the ADS oracle.jar file with ojdbc14.jar or classes12.zip/.jar, and overwrite the nlscharset12.jar with nls_charset12.jar. Below is a listing of the Aqua Data Studio library directory [ADS_HOME]\lib\drivers\ ...


On Unix, if you are setting up the driver in an ODBC system information file (typically called .odbc.ini), the section for this driver should appear as follows (with appropriate values entered for each field):


Use the following procedure to download the Amazon Redshift ODBC drivers for Windows operating systems. Only use a driver other than these if you're running a third-party application that is certified for use with Amazon Redshift and that requires a specific driver.


After you download and install the ODBC driver, add a data source name (DSN) entry to the client computer or Amazon EC2 instance. SQL client tools use this data source to connect to the Amazon Redshift database.


Use the steps in this section to download and install the Amazon Redshift ODBC drivers on a supported Linux distribution. The installation process installs the driver files in the following directories:


Use the steps in this section to download and install the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver on a supported version of macOS X. The installation process installs the driver files in the following directories:


If your macOS X system uses Intel architecture, download the macOS X Intel driver version 1.4.62. If your system uses ARM architecture, download the macOS X ARM driver version 1.4.62. In both cases, the name for this driver is Amazon Redshift ODBC driver.


Additionally, under /opt/amazon/redshiftodbc/Setup on Linux or /opt/amazon/redshift/Setup on macOS X, there are sample odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files. You can use these files as examples for configuring the Amazon Redshift ODBC driver and the data source name (DSN).


Whichever option you choose for the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini files, modify the files to add driver and DSN configuration information. If you create new files, you also need to set environment variables to specify where these configuration files are located.


By default, ODBC driver managers are configured to use hidden versions of the odbc.ini and odbcinst.ini configuration files (named .odbc.ini and .odbcinst.ini) located in the home directory. They also are configured to use the amazon.redshiftodbc.ini file in the /lib subfolder of the driver installation directory. If you store these configuration files elsewhere, set the environment variables described following so that the driver manager can locate the files. For more information, see "Specifying the Locations of the Driver Configuration Files" in the Amazon Redshift ODBC connector installation and configuration guide.


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