If you are looking to connect to your databases like SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Postgres, MongoDB etc., or SaaS apps like Salesforce, Eloqua, Oracle Sales Cloud, Oracle Service Cloud etc., using a ODBC driver from your Go application, this is the place to get started. In this tutorial, we will walk you through on how you can connect to Oracle database from Go using Progress DataDirect ODBC drivers on a Linux machine.
Have GO installed on your machine.
Note: If you changed the install path during the installation, please provide the corresponding path for above configuration files.
You can use similar steps with any of DataDirect ODBC suite of drivers available for Relational databases like SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL etc., Big Data sources like Hive, Spark etc., SaaS sources like Salesforce, Eloqua, Oracle Sales Cloud etc., and NoSQL Data sources like MongoDB. Feel free to try any of our drivers with your Go apps for connecting to your datasource of your choice.