FAQ

Q: Why did you develop ODBC Manager? Isn't there already ODBC Administrator?

A: Apple stopped including the ODBC Administrator with Mac OS starting with the release of Mac OS "Snow Leopard". ODBC Manager is functionally equivalent to Apple's administrator, while fixing many of its problems and annoyances.

Q: My company makes an ODBC driver for our database - can we include ODBC Manager with our installer?

A: Yes. We encourage all ODBC vendors to include ODBC Manager with their installer.

Q: Our application supports ODBC, be we don't ship any drivers with our applications. Can we include ODBC Manager with our installer?

A: Yes. We encourage application developers to include ODBC Manager with their installers.

Q: Where can I get ODBC drivers for Mac OS?

A: The following vendors sell commercially supported drivers for Mac OS:

Q: I have a question about ODBC Manager - who do I contact?

A: Send an e-mail to support@odbcmanager.net

840 KB | 64-bit only

Requires Mac OS 10.9 or later

Made for 64-bit ODBC drivers

Notarized and Gatekeeper compatible