Applications

Listed below are the applications which have been used in the formal testing of the Easysoft products. However, if the application you intend using is not listed, it does not mean that it will not work with Easysoft products and if you experience difficulty configuring any application not listed here, please contact Easysoft for assistance.

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Integrating Salesforce.com with Excel, SQL Server and QuickBooks
Push data from Excel into Salesforce.com, pull data from Salesforce.com into SQL Server, merge Salesforce.com and QuickBooks Data.
Storing FreeRADIUS Authorization Information in ODBC Databases
Use ODBC databases such as Sybase ASE, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, Microsoft Access and InterBase as a FreeRADIUS Server backend.
Accessing SQL Server from Oracle with Database Gateway for ODBC (DG4ODBC)
Use DG4ODBC to connect Oracle 10g, 11g, 12c on UNIX and Linux to SQL Server 7.0, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016 and Express.
Accessing ODBC Databases from Windows with Oracle Database Gateway for ODBC (DG4ODBC)
Use DG4ODBC to connect Oracle to Windows ODBC data sources such as InterBase, Firebird, RMS and C-ISAM/D-ISAM.
Accessing ODBC and JDBC Data Sources from Oracle Heterogeneous Services (hsODBC)
How to access ODBC and JDBC Data Sources from Oracle Heterogeneous Services (hsODBC) by combining hsODBC with Easysoft products.
Accessing ODBC Databases from IBM UniVerse and UniData
Connect IBM UniVerse/UniData to ODBC databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2 and Microsoft Access.
Accessing ODBC Databases from Lotus Notes/Domino
ODBC access from Lotus Notes/Domino to databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, Salesforce.com, DB2, Derby, InterBase and Sybase ASE by using Domino Enterprise Connection Services (DECS) with an Easysoft ODBC driver. ODBC/SQL access to Domino databases from UNIX/Linux by using NotesSQL with the Easysoft ODBC-ODBC Bridge.
Accessing ODBC Databases from Micro Focus COBOL by using the Server Express OpenESQL Interface
ODBC access from Micro Focus COBOL to databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, DB2, InterBase and Sybase ASE by using the Server Express OpenESQL Interface with an Easysoft ODBC driver.
Using ODBC Databases to Store mnoGoSearch Data
Store mnoGoSearch indexer data in databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, InterBase and Sybase ASE by using mnoGoSearch with an Easysoft ODBC driver.
Using OpenLDAP with Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Backend Databases
ODBC access from OpenLDAP to SQL Server and Oracle backend databases by using back-sql with an Easysoft ODBC driver.
Accessing ODBC Databases from Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org
ODBC access from Apache OpenOffice, LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org to databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Salesforce.com, MongoDB, DB2, InterBase and Sybase ASE by using OOo applications with an Easysoft ODBC driver.
Accessing ODBC Data Sources from Snort
How to use Snort with the Easysoft ODBC-ODBC Bridge to log intrusions and alerts to remote ODBC data sources.
Accessing ODBC Databases from StarOffice 8
ODBC access from StarOffice to databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, InterBase and Sybase ASE by using StarOffice applications with an Easysoft ODBC driver.
Using Easysoft ODBC-Oracle Driver XA Support with IBM WebSphere MQ
How to use the Easysoft ODBC-Oracle Driver to access an Oracle database as an XA resource from WebSphere MQ. This tutorial includes C source code for a sample WebSphere MQ application. The code example shows the point at which an ODBC connection needs to be created and closed to participate in a distributed WebSphere transaction.
Using Chili!Soft ASP with the Easysoft ODBC-InterBase Driver
The InterBase ODBC driver supplied with Chili!Soft ASP 3.6+ is unsupported by Chili!Soft. This article explains hows to replace the default driver with the Easysoft ODBC-InterBase Driver which is fully supported by Easysoft.
Connect MS Access to Apache Tomcat
Accessing Microsoft Access from JSP and servlets running under Tomcat.
Using BEA WebLogic with the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge to Access ODBC Data Sources
The Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge lets BEA WebLogic applications access any ODBC data source as if it were a JDBC data source. This article shows you how to create a WebLogic JDBC connection pool entry for the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge. It also explains how to configure a JDBC data source that provides JDBC access from WebLogic to an ODBC data source.
Using Borland JBuilder with the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge to Access ODBC Data Sources
This article explains how to add the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge client to Borland JBuilder so that it is available either to one project or all projects. The article also shows how to develop a sample JDBC application in JBuilder that connects to an ODBC data source, executes a query and retrieves the results. Finally, it describes how to use the JBuilder JDBC Explorer to access a database specified in an ODBC data source, browse the database tables, execute SQL statements and create, view and edit data.
Using Forte for Java with the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge to Access ODBC Data Sources
This article explains how to add the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge client to Forte for Java and also test the client driver from Forte. In addition, the article describes how to configure a JDBC data source that provides JDBC access from Forte to an ODBC data source.
Connecting JSP to Microsoft Access
How to connect JSP to Microsoft Access databases. Tutorial with example JSP code.
Access ODBC Databases from Macromedia ColdFusion MX by using the Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge
Access ODBC databases and files such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel and ISAM from ColdFusion MX.
MS Access JDBC Driver -- Connecting MS Access with Java
Microsoft Access JDBC driver. Connect to MS Access from Java through JDBC.
Accessing Remote Microsoft Navision Data by using the Easysoft ODBC-ODBC Bridge and JDBC-ODBC Bridge
ODBC access to Navision data from Linux, Unix and Mac OS X. JDBC access to Navision data from any Java platform.