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ODBC (Open Database Connectivity)

ODBC

The ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) interface makes it possible for applications to access data from a variety of DBMSs. ODBC permits maximum interoperability, an application can access data in diverse DBMSs through a single interface. Furthermore, that application will be independent of any DBMS from which it accesses data. Users of the application can add software components called drivers, which create an interface between an application and a specific DBMS.

I have used ODBC on many projects, it is extremely useful where there is a requirement to interface existing legacy data with new data such as a web based database.

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