Develop a custom driver in ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET or OLE DB
Quickly integrate data across any C, C++, Java, .NET, REST, ABL or C# application
Create quicker data access solutions to proprietary files or APIs
Generate a custom driver in 2 hours using our prebuilt addons or develop directly against SDK interfaces
Provides the fastest way to make your application compatible with data-centric tools, such as BI and analytics, ETL and more
Enables implementation of a single
interface for data access from all
Broadens data connection and
application platform options while
expanding developer knowledge
Improve efficiency and speed with optimized query execution completed by an OpenAccess SQL Engine
Optimizes CRUD operations with the OpenAccess SQL engine to reduce coding and improve usability
OpenAccess REST IP Generator to accelerate development.
Framework that enables you to build a driver for any REST data source quickly and easily. Available for all platforms listed for Server and IP SDK.
Are you struggling to find a driver for your amazing, unique application? Here's the quickest way to create a custom driver.
IT needs a fast way to SQL-enable their internal API layer for business intelligence.
Organizations are investing heavily in API layers to control authentication and data access from one place. However, enterprise data teams can’t access this data from their favorite BI tools such as IBM Cognos, OBIEE, TIBCO or MicroStrategy without complex custom coding.
As companies adopt multiple analytical and data management tools, SQL access to the enterprise API layer (or data access layer) is crucial. The ideal solution enables you to quickly build real-time access to your API layer from popular BI tools, while taking advantage of centralized API management capabilities.
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Several consultants of IBM Cognos often get requests to support data sources with a custom ODBC driver or a Custom JDBC driver. In this tutorial, you can learn how to use OpenAccess to build custom drivers.
Using the Progress DataDirect OpenAccess SDK, VoltDB reduced its time to market by 50% versus using other solutions, developing a prototype in one month and releasing its new driver in just three months.
Watch this quick demo video to learn how to connect from Tableau with SQL ODBC access to your REST APIs and security policies.
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Global leader in enterprise software for the construction industry needs to share Progress OpenEdge application data with third party BI tools. COINS leveraged OpenAccess to build a semantic layer on top of OpenEdge that enables efficient, flexible data connectivity that includes business logic.
NetSuite needed application data connectivity demanded by existing customers and by the market at large. To solve this problem they leveraged the OpenAccess™ SDK for data connectivity supporting an extensive breadth of standards and implementations.
The Resource Network, which helps organizations develop business initiatives, needed to tie together diverse data from multiple on-premise or cloud-based applications. Leveraging DataDirect OpenAccess for Salesforce, any ODBC-compliant application was enabled to access data sources at Salesforce.com in real time using SQL as the language.
UZ Leuven, one of Belgium’s largest hospitals, needed a efficient complex data migration from multiple sources to be shared across 200 applications and multiple facilities. Using Progress® DataDirect® OpenAccess their IT team was able to create a database emulation layer that made it possible to pre-configure and test database integration with DB2 on all 200 applications.
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