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This article explains how to install the Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server on macOS. It also includes instructions for the optional command-line tools for SQL Server (bcp and sqlcmd) and the unixODBC development headers.

This article provides commands for installing the ODBC driver from the bash shell. If you want to download the packages directly, see Download ODBC Driver for SQL Server.

Note

The Microsoft ODBC driver for SQL Server on macOS is only supported on the x64 architecture through version 17.7. The Apple M1 (ARM64) is supported starting with version 17.8. The architecture will be detected and the correct package will be automatically installed by the Homebrew formula. If your command prompt is running in x64 emulation mode on the M1, the x64 package will be installed. If you're not running in emulation mode in your command prompt, the ARM64 package will be installed.

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Microsoft ODBC 17

To install Microsoft ODBC driver 17 for SQL Server on macOS, run the following commands:

Important

If you installed the v17 msodbcsql package that was briefly available, you should remove it before installing the msodbcsql17 package. This will avoid conflicts. The msodbcsql17 package can be installed side by side with the msodbcsql v13 package.

Previous versions

The following sections provide instructions for installing previous versions of the Microsoft ODBC driver on macOS.

ODBC 13.1

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Use the following commands to install the Microsoft ODBC driver 13.1 for SQL Server on OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and macOS 10.12 (Sierra):

Driver files

The ODBC driver on macOS consists of the following components:

ComponentDescription
libmsodbcsql.17.dylib or libmsodbcsql.13.dylibThe dynamic library (dylib) file that contains all of the driver's functionality. This file is installed in /usr/local/lib/.
msodbcsqlr17.rll or msodbcsqlr13.rllThe accompanying resource file for the driver library. This file is installed in [driver .dylib directory]../share/msodbcsql17/resources/en_US/ for Driver 17 and in [driver .dylib directory]../share/msodbcsql/resources/en_US/ for Driver 13.
msodbcsql.hThe header file that contains all of the new definitions needed to use the driver.
Note: You cannot reference msodbcsql.h and odbcss.h in the same program.
msodbcsql.h is installed in /usr/local/include/msodbcsql17/ for Driver 17 and in /usr/local/include/msodbcsql/ for Driver 13.
LICENSE.txtThe text file that contains the terms of the End-User License Agreement. This file is placed in /usr/local/share/doc/msodbcsql17/ for Driver 17 and in /usr/local/share/doc/msodbcsql/ for Driver 13.
RELEASE_NOTESThe text file that contains release notes. This file is placed in /usr/local/share/doc/msodbcsql17/ for Driver 17 and in /usr/local/share/doc/msodbcsql/ for Driver 13.

Resource file loading

The driver needs to load the resource file in order to function. This file is called msodbcsqlr17.rll or msodbcsqlr13.rll depending on the driver version. The location of the .rll file is relative to the location of the driver itself (so or dylib), as noted in the table above. As of version 17.1 the driver will also attempt to load the .rll from the default directory if loading from the relative path fails. The default resource file path on macOS is /usr/local/share/msodbcsql17/resources/en_US/

Troubleshooting

Some users encounter an issue when trying to connect after installing the ODBC driver and receive an error like: '[01000] [unixODBC][Driver Manager]Can't open lib 'ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server' : file not found (0) (SQLDriverConnect)'. It may be the case that unixODBC is not configured correctly to find registered drivers. In these cases, creating a couple symbolic links can resolve the issue.

For additional cases where you are unable to make a connection to SQL Server using the ODBC driver, see the known issues article on troubleshooting connection problems.

Next steps

After installing the driver, you can try the C++ ODBC example application. For more information about developing ODBC applications, see Developing Applications.

For more information, see the ODBC driver release notes and system requirements.

ODBC Driver for MySQL works under control of an ODBC driver manager. ODBC driver manager is not distributed along with our driver and must be installed separately. ODBC Driver for MySQL is compatible with iODBC driver manager. In case when using other ODBC driver managers, ODBC Driver for MySQL will be installed, but it will require manual modification of configuration files of these managers.

To configure a DSN on macOS, you can either use the command-line utility (myodbc-installer), edit the odbc.ini file within the Library/ODBC directory of the user, or use the ODBC Administrator GUI.

The ODBC Administrator is included in OS X v10.5 and earlier; users of later versions of OS X and macOS need to download and install it manually.

The MySQL Connector/ODBC 2.5.6 for Mac OS X comes only in versions for 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and 10.7 (Lion). I don't know about any official support from MySQL for Mac OS X versions 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or even 10.9 (Mavericks)! Paid licensed solutions put more effort on supporting the latest Mac OS X. MySQL Connector/ODBC can be used as an ODBC database driver on multiple platforms, such as Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. By installing the MySQL Connector/ODBC driver you will be able to connect to any MySQL databases using the ODBC interface.

To create a DSN using the myodbc-installer utility, you only need to specify the DSN type and the DSN connection string. For example:

To use ODBC Administrator:

  • For correct operation of ODBC Administrator, ensure that the /Library/ODBC/odbc.ini file used to set up ODBC connectivity and DSNs are writable by the admin group. If this file is not writable by this group, then the ODBC Administrator may fail, or may appear to work but not generate the correct entry.

  • There are known issues with the macOS ODBC Administrator and Connector/ODBC that may prevent you from creating a DSN using this method. In that case, use the command line or edit the odbc.ini file directly. Existing DSNs or those that you created using the myodbc-installer tool can still be checked and edited using ODBC Administrator.

  1. Open the ODBC Administrator from the Utilities folder in the ApplicationsLogitech extreme 3d pro driver mac os x. folder.

    Figure 5.6 ODBC Administrator Dialog


  2. From the ODBC Administrator dialog, choose either the User DSN or System DSN tab and click .

  3. Select the Connector/ODBC driver and click .

  4. You will be presented with the Data Source Name (DSN) dialog. Enter the Data Source Name and an optional Description for the DSN.

    Figure 5.7 ODBC Administrator Data Source Name Dialog


  5. Click to add a new keyword/value pair to the panel. Configure at least four pairs to specify the server, username, password and database connection parameters. See Section 5.2, “Connector/ODBC Connection Parameters”.

  6. Click to add the DSN to the list of configured data source names.

A completed DSN configuration may look like this:

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Figure 5.8 ODBC Administrator Sample DSN Dialog


You can configure other ODBC options in your DSN by adding further keyword/value pairs and setting the corresponding values. See Section 5.2, “Connector/ODBC Connection Parameters”.


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You are my HERO!
I have been trying to do this for a while. I had done the OpenLink ODBC install and was going bonkers trying to figure it out. Guess I was always looking in the wrong spot! Many thanks.

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Were you able to update your MySQL database directly from FM Pro?
Using MS Access and an ODBC driver, I can update a MySQL database using Access' standard graphical interface. I can't seem to do this with FM Pro.

You might want to indicate that these are not free.. unless I am missing something..
drivers ship with a fully-functioning 30-day trial license
which the name 'opensource' doesn't really reflect. I guess I am used to 'opensoure' as without cost. This also requires an email registration to receive the file.

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I have been able to both import and update remote MySQL data with Filemaker 6 and the OpenLink driver (using a 30-day demo). That's the good news -- it does indeed perform queries and retirn (import) the results. The bad news (from my point of view) is that, aside from the fact that the driver is not free (as someone else pointed out), the FM interface for this is pretty clunky, even if you script the query (3 or 4 dialog boxes each time to ok the data source, user login, and query). And you can't create forms that will allow you to work easily with the data on the server. It has to be imported into a FileMaker file first. We're working on porting Rekall over to OS X; if it works, it will be a *much* better solution than FM.

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Actual Technologies also makes a commercial ODBC driver for MySQL for Mac OS X that works with FileMaker Pro 6 or later. It has an installer, a DSN setup assistant, on-line help, and connection diagnostic tool.
Instructions for configuring FMP to work with the driver can be found in the FAQ. A free, non-expiring evaluation version is available for download (no registration required). The price for the full version is $30.
Jonathan Monroe
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. A free, non-expiring evaluation version is available for download (no registration required).

Except that the driver only allows the first three rows to be imported until you register.

Well it works on windows. It should work on Mac OS X too. I havent tried this but
there is a MyODBC driver section for Mac OS X :
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/3.51.html
and some instructions :
http://www.geocities.com/rotedream/

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Hi, I think the mySQL 4.0.21from ServerLogistics is working originally (for OS X 10.3), but I just post it here in case someone is getting stuck because I had to do some tricks to it.
- Download Complete MySQL 4.0.21 from serverlogistics.com. Install mySQL and ODBC package.
- You can use ODBC Administrator included with OSX to add driver/dsn, but you will have to edit odbc.ini manually anyway. ODBC Admin doesn't change it correctly.
- if it's a user dsn, then edit file: /Users/username/Library/ODBC/odbc.ini; if you use system dsn, then the file odbc.ini is in /Library/ODBC/
- Refer to odbc.ini guideline from:
http://www.iodbc.org/index.php?page=docs/faq#iodbc333712082
- Test your odbc driver using odbctest command in Terminal, make sure it works.
- If you can connect to your dsn using odbctest, but cannot see it in FileMaker or Excel, move the file 'ODBC Driver Manager' out of the folder /Library/CFMSupport. (This took me a week to figure out until I try on a clean machine. This file normally is not there.)
Here is my odbc.ini:
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[ODBC Data Sources]
testmyodbc = MyODBC Driver
[testmyodbc]
Driver = /Library/MyODBC/lib/libmyodbc3-3.51.06.bundle
Description = Test MyODBC driver
Database = test
[ODBC]
Trace = 0
TraceAutoStop = 0
TraceFile =
TraceLibrary =
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Command to test in terminal:
odbctest --> ? --> dsn=testmyodbc