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Is the ODBC17 Driver for SQL Server Certified for use with DataServer

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TitleIs the ODBC17 Driver for SQL Server Certified for use with DataServer
URL Nameis-the-odbc17-driver-for-sql-server-certified-for-use-with-dataserver
Article Number000206645
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.x, 12.x
OS: All supported platforms
Other: DataServer
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Is the ODBC17 Driver for SQL Server Certified for use with DataServer?
 
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The ODBC17 driver for SQL Server has been certified for use with MS-SQL Server 2017 and above on OpenEdge 11.7.4 and above
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Where is the OpenEdge Product Availability and Life Cycle Guide?
Last Modified Date11/23/2021 7:10 PM
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