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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / The brief guide to connection strings has been updated

The Connection String Reference has been updated

Feb 11, 2013

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Since we wrote "A brief guide to connections strings for AnySQL Maestro" article some new DBMS versions and appropriate drivers and providers have been released. To keep the resource up to date, we have revised the guide and equipped it with an updated list of ODBC drivers and OLE DB providers AnySQL Maestro has been examined with.

The new version of the reference covers SQL Server Native Client 11, Embarcadero Interbase ODBC Driver, Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010, MySQL Connector/ODBC 5.2 and some other data sources.

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