DTM ODBC Manager

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DTM ODBC Manager is a free simple and easy-to-use ODBC Data Sources manager. The program allows you to export data source definitions into a file and then restore it on a local or remote system.
ODBC Manager is an indispensable tool for DBAs or developers who have to transfer data source definitions between computers and is a perfect addition to the system ODBC Administrator. The program allows you to audit local and remote data source definitions, remove DSNs and import definitions created on one of the computers on a remote system right from your workplace. To do it, “Remote Registry Service” must be running on the system you work with and it must have all necessary drivers installed. The program works both with system DSNs and with user DSNs. DTM ODBC Manager allows you to operate not only with a single DSN, but also to export or import all existing items or those selected in the list. Online help.

Instructions to export from command line: http://www.sqledit.com/odbc/help/cmdline.html

Here’s the license agreement:

DTM ODBC Manager
License for use and distribution
This license agreement covers versions 1.xx of DTM ODBC Manager.
Read the license for details:
1. All copyrights to “DTM ODBC Manager” are exclusively owned by DTM soft.
2. This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express or implied warranty. In no event will DTM soft be held liable for any consequences/damages arising from the use of this software.
3. This program is FreeWare. You can use it for personal, business, educational or any other need of yours, subject to the following restrictions:
A) You may not re-distribute this program without contacting the author and getting his consent. You may not charge any fee or re-distribution fee for it.
B) This notice may not be removed or altered from any distribution.
C) No form of decompilation/reverse engineering/disassembling parts or whole of the software be done.
D) You may not misrepresent the origin of the software.


Posted June 12, 2009 by mmdmurphy in freeware, Office, SQL, tips, windows

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