MySQL ODBC Driver

Applications Such As Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby Using SQL To Query & Update MySQL Data.

Read-write access to MySQL and MariaDB from SQL Server, Oracle, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and more. MySQL client not required. Includes product support.

The MySQL ODBC driver makes it easy to connect industry standard applications to MySQL and MariaDB.

Why Easysoft?

  • We produce ODBC drivers for more data sources than any other vendor, maximising our exposure to this data access technology and broadening our experience.
  • We support our products over the long term. Customers with the latest data stores can be just as confident of our continued commitment as those who purchased drivers for databases (which although now considered legacy, we continue to support) at the start of our 20+ years of existence.
  • We are agile, responsive and welcome interaction with our customers. If you need assistance with integrating MySQL with your application, we will be ready.
  • Direct, real-time access to MySQL, no import/export necessary, ensuring your analysis is based on the most recent data.
  • Read-write driver, maximising the integration potential for MySQL and client applications.
  • Query, update, join, sort and aggregate MySQL data by using SQL.
  • Supports the InnoDB, MyISAM and Memory (previously known as HEAP) storage engines.
  • Protects data in motion with SSL encryption.
  • Supports SHA-256 hashing for user account passwords. (You need to enable SSL encryption to use SHA-256 hashing.)
  • Supports Windows native authentication.
  • Supports the compressed MySQL client/server protocol.

The Easysoft ODBC-MySQL Driver is currently available on these platforms:

Version Platform Distribution
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) AIX (PPC) (32 - Bit) (4.3-7.1)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) AIX (PPC) (64 - Bit) (5.0-7.1)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) HP-UX (Itanium i64) (32 - Bit) (11i)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) HP-UX (Itanium i64) (64 - Bit) (11i)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Linux (x86) (32 - Bit) (kernel 2.2-4.0+, glibc 2.1+)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Linux (x86) (64 - Bit) (kernel 2.6-4.0+, glibc 2.3.5+)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Solaris (Sparc) (32 - Bit) (2.6-2.11)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Solaris (Sparc) (64 - Bit) (2.8-2.11)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Solaris (x86) (32 - Bit) (2.8-2.11)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Solaris (x86) (64 - Bit) (2.8-2.11)
v1.0 (MySQL 3.2 - 5.x, MariaDB 5.x-10.x) Windows (x86) (32 - Bit, 64 - Bit) (2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 2008 R2, 7, 8, 2012 R2, 10)