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ODBC tracing allows you to trace calls to ODBC drivers and create a log of the traces. The Windows ODBC Driver Manager by Microsoft has tracing capabilities, which you enable on the Tracing tab of the ODBC Administrator. You can also specify the name and location of the tracing log on this tab.
On Linux/UNIX, depending on the implementation of the ODBC Driver Manager, ODBC tracing may be available. The UNIX ODBC Driver Manager has tracing capabilities, and this support is enabled through the system information file. The [ODBC] section in the system information file must include the keywords Trace and TraceFile. For example:
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