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Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server is a single dynamic-link library (DLL) containing run-time support for applications using native-code APIs to connect to SQL Server. Use Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server to create new applications or enhance existing applications that need to take advantage of newer SQL Server features.

Download for Windows

The redistributable installer for Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server installs the client components, which are required during run time to take advantage of newer SQL Server features. It optionally installs the header files needed to develop an application that uses the ODBC API. Starting with version 17.4.2, the installer also includes and installs the Microsoft Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL.dll).

Version 17.7.1 is the latest general availability (GA) version. If you have a previous version of Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server installed, installing 17.7.1 upgrades it to 17.7.1.

Download Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server (x64)
Download Microsoft ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server (x86)

Version information

  • Release number: 17.7.1.1
  • Released: January 29, 2021

Note

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Available languages

This release of Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server can be installed in the following languages:

Microsoft ODBC Driver 17.7.1 for SQL Server (x64):
Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) English (United States) French German Italian Japanese Korean Portuguese (Brazil) Russian Spanish

Microsoft ODBC Driver 17.7.1 for SQL Server (x86):
Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) English (United States) French German Italian Japanese Korean Portuguese (Brazil) Russian Spanish

Release notes for Windows

For details about this release on Windows, see the Windows release notes.

Previous releases for Windows

To download previous releases for Windows, see previous Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server releases.

Download for Linux and macOS

The Microsoft ODBC Driver for SQL Server can be downloaded and installed using package managers for Linux and macOS using the relevant installation instructions:
Install ODBC for SQL Server (Linux)
Install ODBC for SQL Server (macOS)

If you need to download the packages for offline installation, all versions are available via the below links.

Note

Packages named msodbcsql17-* are the latest version. Packages named msodbcsql-* are version 13 of the driver.

Alpine

  • 17.7.1.1 Alpine package (PGP Signature)
  • 17.6.1.1 Alpine package (PGP Signature)
  • 17.5.2.2 Alpine package (PGP Signature)
  • 17.5.2.1 Alpine package (PGP Signature)
  • 17.5.1.1 Alpine package (PGP Signature)

Debian

RedHat

Suse

Ubuntu

See also Installing the Linux driver.

macOS

  • See the Homebrew formulae for details.

See also Installing the macOS driver.

Older Linux releases

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6 (64-bit) - Download Microsoft ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server - Red Hat Linux
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2 (64-bit) - Download Microsoft ODBC Driver 11 Preview for SQL Server - SUSE Linux

Release notes for Linux and macOS

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For details about releases for Linux and macOS, see the Linux and macOS release notes.

TWAIN
Original author(s)TWAIN Working Group
Developer(s)TWAIN Working Group
Initial releaseFebruary 1992; 29 years ago
Stable release2.4 (11 December 2015; 5 years ago) [±][1]
Operating systemLinux, macOS, Microsoft Windows
Platformx86, x86-64, PowerPC
Standard(s)TWAIN
TypeApplication programming interface
LicenseLGPL (Data Source Manager only)
Websitewww.twain.org

TWAIN and TWAIN Direct are application programming interfaces (APIs) and communication protocols that regulate communication between software and digital imaging devices, such as image scanners and digital cameras. TWAIN is supported on Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS X[2].

The three key elements of TWAIN are[2]:

  • Application software. For example, graphics software, a fax application or a word processor.
  • Source manager software. The source manager software is a software library provided by the TWAIN Working Group.
  • Device drivers (referred to as 'Source software' in the specification document)

Both the application and the device driver must support TWAIN for the interface to be successfully used.

The first release was in 1992,and it was last updated in 2015.

It was designed with the help of a number of companies from the computer industry, to try to establish a unified standard connection interface between computers and imaging devices.

History[edit]

The design of TWAIN began in January 1991. The TWAIN group was originally launched in 1992 by several members of the imaging industry, with the intention of standardizing communication between image handling software and hardware.[3] Review of the original TWAIN Developer's Toolkit occurred from April, 1991 through January, 1992.[4]

Source of TWAIN Name[edit]

The word TWAIN is not officially an acronym, but it is a backronym. The official website notes that 'the word TWAIN is from Kipling's 'The Ballad of East and West' — '...and never the twain shall meet...' — reflecting the difficulty, at the time, of connecting scanners and personal computers.

It was up-cased to TWAIN to make it more distinctive. This led people to believe it was an acronym,[5] and then to a contest to come up with an expansion. None was selected, but the entry Technology Without an Interesting Name continues to haunt the standard.'[6][7] For example, the Encyclopedia of Information Technology lists 'Technology Without an Interesting Name' as the official meaning of TWAIN.[8]

Release history of the TWAIN API[9]
VersionRelease dateChanges
1.0February 1992
  • Initial release
1.5May 1993
  • Performance enhancements
1.65 February 1996
  • Page-length detection
  • Buffer transfer
1.719 August 1997
  • Production scanning features
1.822 October 1998
  • Production scanning features omitted from v1.7 of the TWAIN specification
  • Support for barcode and patch code control
1.920 January 2000
  • Support for the Cocoa software development API in Mac OS X
2.022 February 2008
  • Linux support
  • Support for the Win64 version of the Windows API
  • New open-source Data Source Manager, licensed under the LGPL
  • Support for cheque-scanning
2.18 July 2009
  • Support for Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
  • Support for automatic color detection
2.216 February 2012
  • Implemented self-certification and new mandatory features
2.321 November 2013
  • Improved clarity and removed ambiguity.
2.415 December 2015
  • Improved clarity and removed ambiguity

Objectives[edit]

Objectives of the TWAIN Working Group and standard include:

  • Ensure image-handling software and hardware compatibility
  • Keep the specification current with the state of current software and hardware while maintaining backward compatibility
  • Provide multiple-platform support
  • Maintain and distribute a no-charge developer's toolkit
  • Ensure ease of implementation
  • Encourage widespread adoption
  • Open Source Data Source Manager
  • LGPL Open Source License
  • BSD Open Source Sample Application and Sample Data Source Application

TWAIN provides support for:

  • Production, high-speed scanning
  • Multiple operating system platforms including Windows, classic Mac OS, macOS, and Linux

TWAIN Working Group[edit]

Today the TWAIN standard, including the specification, data source manager and sample code, are maintained by the not-for-profit organization TWAIN Working Group.

Board and associate members of the TWAIN Working Group include:

  • Atalasoft, a Kofax Company
  • Kodak Alaris
  • Fujitsu Computer Products of America
  • InoTec GmbH
  • ExactCODE GmbH
  • Microtek International, Inc.

See also[edit]

  • Image and Scanner Interface Specification (ISIS)

Standard Driver Length

Notes[edit]

  1. ^'TWAIN Features'. FileZilla. 11 December 2017. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
  2. ^ ab'TWAIN Specification Version 2.4'(PDF). TWAIN Working Group. Retrieved 2 April 2020.
  3. ^What is the TWAIN Initiative?Archived March 8, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^TWAIN docs indexArchived September 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^Chambers, Mark L. (2010). PCs All-in-One For Dummies (5th ed.). John Wiley & Sons. p. 458. ISBN9780470908006.
  6. ^Pete Walsh; Francine Spiegel; Janee Aronoff (2013). Photoshop Elements 2 Most Wanted. Apress. p. 8. ISBN9781430251194.
  7. ^'The TWAIN Forum • View topic - What is TWAIN an acronym for?'. Twainforum.org. Archived from the original on April 2, 2016. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
  8. ^Encyclopedia of Information Technology. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. 2007. p. 501. ISBN978-8126907526.
  9. ^'TWAIN Features'. FileZilla. 11 December 2017. Retrieved 14 October 2017.

References[edit]

  • This article is based on material taken from the Free On-line Dictionary of Computing prior to 1 November 2008 and incorporated under the 'relicensing' terms of the GFDL, version 1.3 or later.

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