(Open Database Transport Protocol)
What is ODBTP?
ODBTP is a TCP/IP protocol for connecting to Win32-based databases from
any platform. It is ideal for remotely accessing MS SQL Server, MS
Access, and Visual FoxPro database from Linux or Unix machines. ODBTP is
fast, efficient, and has many features that
make it a quality Open Source solution for database connectivity. For more
details, see the ODBTP FAQ.
Version 1.1.4 released. See the changes page
for release notes.
Version 1.1.3 released. In addition to bug fixes, this version includes
support for building shared versions of the C client library. Details
about version 1.1.3 can be found on its
PHP PEAR DB driver released.
Version 1.1.2 released. This release includes the 1.1.1p1 patch. Additional
information about this release can be obtained
Patch released for version 1.1.1. This
patch fixes the problem that was causing the server to terminate if
output parameter data from a prepared procedure is not read before
closing the connection.
Version 1.1.1 released. The bug fixes and changes that were made in
this version can be viewed
A Novell NetWare port of the PHP odbtp extension was created
by Guenter Knauf. It is available for
A driver for ODBTP is available in the latest release of
very popular database abstraction library for PHP.
Version 1.1 released. Details about what changes and additions
were made in this version can be obtained