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Here is the fdb file: Our driver is compatible with all the Firebird Database and Client Library versions.
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ODBC Driver for Firebird
Direbird as a guest Name. I’ve edited the question The error in your edited question means that you don’t have the Firebird client library installed, which likely also means you don’t have Firebird itself installed, which is needed to be able to open a Firebird database.
This could also be an embedded Firebird, but that is actually more work to get up and running than installing a normal Firebird server.
Subscribe for monthly digest to get special offers. In addition, we provide support for Advanced Connection String parameters. The driver is compatible with 3rd-party data analyses tools, such as Microsoft Excel, and integrates with various IDEs and systems like Visual Studio, etc. Help Santa with SQL!
Firebird: ODBC Driver
Thank you for subscribing to our monthly digest! How may I connect to a local firebird database in R? I didn’t know that I had to have firebird fiirebird.
Connecting to Firebird Database via ODBC
Thus allowing any desktop and web firebord to connect to Firebird from various environments and platforms, that support ODBC. For the complete list of compatible tools and environments visit the Compatibility page.
OK, I just realized that I didn’t have any driver installed. Firebirdd our fully Unicode driver, you can retrieve and work with any data from multi-lingual Firebird databases correctly, not depending on whether its charset is Latin, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Chinese, etc.
Firebird/InterBase(r) ODBC driver – Should I Remove It?
Also provide the exact, full, error message. Sign up using Facebook. Here is what I tried: