Progress DataDirect Connect XE and Connect64 XE for ODBC Driver for Teradata
An asterisk (*) indicates support that was added in a hotfix or software patch subsequent to a release.
For a list a list of issues resolved since general availability, refer to the fixes.
Certified with Teradata 17.10* Driver version 07.16.0165 (b0248, U0449)
Certified with SUSE Enterprise Server 15* Driver version 07.16.0134 (b0166, U0356)
Certified with Ubuntu Linux 18.04* Driver version 07.16.0134 (b0166, U0356)
Certified with Red Hat Enterprise 8.0 Driver version 07.16.0134 (b0166, U0356)
Certified with Windows Server 2019*
Certified with Red Hat Enterprise 7.3* Driver version 07.16.0095 (b0116, U0241)
Certified with Windows Server 2016* Driver version 07.16.0088 (b0111, U0229)
Certified with Debian Linux 7.11, 8.5* Driver version 07.16.0078 (b0098, U0205)
Certified with Ubuntu Linux 14.04, 16.04* Driver version 07.16.0078 (b0098, U0205)
Certified with Teradata 15.10* Driver version 07.16.0078 (b0098, U0205)
Certified with Windows 10
Certified with Red Hat Enterprise 7.1
Certified with CentOS Linux 7.1
Certified with Oracle Linux 7.1
Certified with SUSE Enterprise Server 12
The drivers using base version B0649 and later have been enhanced to include timestamp in the internal packet logs by default. If you want to disable the timestamp logging in packet logs, set PacketLoggingOptions=1. The internal packet logging is
not enabled by default. To enable it, set EnablePacketLogging=1.*
The Driver Manager for UNIX/Linux has been enhanced to support setting the Unicode encoding type for applications on a per connection basis. By passing a value for the SQL_ATTR_APP_UNICODE_TYPE attribute using SQLSetConnectAttr, your application can
specify the encoding at connection. This allows your application to pass both UTF-8 and UTF-16 encoded strings with a single environment handle.
The valid values for the SQL_ATTR_APP_UNICODE_TYPE attribute are SQL_DD_CP_UTF8 and SQL_DD_CP_UTF16. The default value is SQL_DD_CP_UTF8.
This enhancement is available in build 07.16.0398 of the driver manager.
The driver has been enhanced to support the Number data type.
The following Windows platforms have reached the end of their product lifecycle and are no longer supported by the driver*:
Windows 8.0 (versions 8.1 and higher are still supported)