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What is the difference between ODBC , DSN , NATIVE and TCP/IP Connections?

Asked by: N SRIRAM K | Member Since May-2007 | Asked on: Nov 27th, 2007

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ODBC is the database drivers  which is used to connect from clinet  to the relational database.DSN is the data service name which is thename of the odbc name give by the customer inoreder to access from the clientNative Drivers is the drivers which allows the client to acess the source and target after loading them from database to the workspaceTCP/ip it is the protocal used for connecting the remote the repository contacts with informatica repository server through TCP/IP

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