What ODBC drivers exist for Firebird?

An ODBC driver uses the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) interface
that allows applications to access data in database management systems
(DBMS) using SQL as a standard for accessing the data.

The official open-source Firebird ODBC driver can be found at:


You might also want to consider a commercial driver from Devart, which
is more actively developed and supported:


Devart Firebird ODBC driver has the following advantages:

- Works on all platforms: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X both 32 and 64
versions vs only Windows and Linux platforms that official driver supports.

- support all the Firebird versions 1.x, 2.x, 3.x while the official driver only supports 1x and 2x

- other minor advantages.

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