SQL Server to Discontinue Support for OLE-DB
ODBC was first created in 1992 as a generic set of standards for providing access to a wide range of data platforms using a standard interface. ODBC used to be a common interface for accessing SQL Server data in earlier days. However over the last 15 years ODBC has been second fiddle as a provider for SQL Server application developers who have usually favoured the platform specific OLE-DB provider and the interface built on top of it such as ADO.
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