ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL

Installing on Linux (RPM) - ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL


ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL works under control of an ODBC driver manager. ODBC driver manager is not distributed along with our driver and must be installed separately.

ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL is compatible with UnixODBC driver manager.

In case when using other ODBC driver managers, ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL will be installed, but it will require manual modification of configuration files of these managers.


Let's consider how to install the Devart ODBC driver on Linux from an RPM package, for example, on CentOS. To install the driver, you should download the .rpm package and install it via the command line. See the detailed description of these steps below:

  1. Download the RPM package from the Devart website.

    By default the required package will be downloaded into the ~/Downloads folder (or the selected one);

  2. Run the 'Konsole' program;
  3. Navigate to the folder with the downloaded package cd ~/Downloads (if you downloaded the package into another folder, you need to specify the path to this folder as the cd command parameter):
    cd ~/Downloads/

  4. Use the following command to install the devart-odbc-postgresql.i386.rpm on a 32-bit system:
    sudo rpm -ivh devart-odbc-postgresql.i386.rpm

    Use the following command to install the devart-odbc-postgresql.x86_64.rpm on a 64-bit system:
    sudo rpm -ivh devart-odbc-postgresql.x86_64.rpm

  5. Driver is installed successfully.

To activate the driver, perform the steps described in the Product Activation article.

Test connection

After the driver is installed, a DSN with the name DEVART_POSTGRESQL is created. You can use it to test connection with POSTGRESQL server. For this, perform the following steps:

  1. Open the odbc.ini file located in the /etc folder. Find the DEVART_POSTGRESQL section and specify the required connection settings:
    User ID=<your PostgreSQL User Name>
    Password=<your PostgreSQL password>
    Host=<your PostgreSQL Server Name>
    Port=<your PostgreSQL Port>
    Database=<your PostgreSQL database name>
  2. Run the UnixODBC Test Command utility and test a connection using the following command:

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