Easysoft ODBC-SQL Server Driver

How do I connect Oracle to Microsoft SQL Server?

Last Reviewed:
4th January 2024

If you are running an Oracle database on a UNIX or Linux platform and want to read/write data in a remote SQL Server database, you can use Oracle's Heterogeneous Services (DG4ODBC/hsodbc) and the SQL Server ODBC Driver.

Oracle's Heterogeneous Services allows you to use Oracle SQL to transparently access data stored in non-Oracle systems as if the data was stored on an Oracle server.

You can find detailed instructions on how to set this up in the following articles:

Download the ODBC driver for SQL Server

You can also use the ODBC-ODBC Bridge to connect to any remote Windows database from Oracle.

You can find other ODBC Drivers that you can use with Oracle's Heterogeneous Services here.

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