.NET Bridges for JDBC and ODBC Databases


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    ADO.NET is the data access component for the .NET Framework. ADO.NET is made of a set of classes that are used for connecting to a database and providing access to relational, XML or application data. Progress DataDirect offers the only 100% managed code ADO.NET data providers for all major databases. By using 100% managed code, you can take advantage of the numerous built-in services of the CLR and enhance the performance of your managed application.

    • Get full coverage from legacy .NET applications to any JDBC or ODBC data source
    • ADONET Bridge supports compatibility for .NET 1.0 Framework
    • For newer .NET Frameworks, see the OpenAccess ADO.NET client



    Limit security vulnerabilities with our fully managed ADO.NET providers and broad support for enterprise authentication and encryption methods.


    Improve data access performance by simply switching ADO.NET providers, without changing application code


    Ensure high availability via application failover and workload balancing without costly server configurations


    Certified DataDirect quality guarantees ADO.NET connectivity across all supported database versions and distributions with complete functionality

    Codeless Configuration

    Optimize your application performance and compatibility without any changes to the code


    Easily load large volumes of data without application code or additional vendor tools that slow performance

    Technical Specifications

    Progress DataDirect SequeLink Client for ADO.NET
    Version 6.0

    System Requirements

    • Microsoft .NET Framework Redistributable 1.x, available for download on the Microsoft Web site.
    • All components should be compatible with .NET applications built to run on the Windows versions listed.
    • If you want to use distributed transactions, you must install COM+ Services, which include the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MS DTC).

    Windows Operating Systems Supported

    • Microsoft Windows 7
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
    • Microsoft Windows Vista
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1+
    • Microsoft Windows XP SP2+
    • Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4+


    Security Vulnerability Response Policy

    Upon identification of any security vulnerability, Progress will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to address the vulnerability in accordance with the following policy

    Priority* Time Guideline Version(s)
    High Risk
    (CVSS 8+ or industry equivalent)
    30 days Active (i.e. latest shipping version) and all Supported versions
    Medium Risk
    (CVSS 5-to-8 or industry equivalent)
    180 days Active (i.e. latest shipping version)
    Low Risk
    (CVSS 0-to-5 or industry equivalent)
    Next major release or best effort Active (i.e. latest shipping version)

    * Priority is established based on the current version of the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS), an open industry standard for assessing the severity of computer system security vulnerabilities. For additional information on this scoring system, refer to



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