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Configuring Driver and Data Source

To connect to an installed database, install the driver. Then, define a data source for ODBC or add the full path of the driver to the static Java® class path for JDBC. If you do not have an installed database and want to store relational data quickly, you can use the MATLAB® interface to SQLite. For details, see Working with MATLAB Interface to SQLite.

ODBC uses a Data Source Name (DSN) that is the logical name to refer to the drive and other required information for accessing data. This name is used to connect to an ODBC data source, such as a Microsoft® SQL Server® database.

Find your database environment in the following table by choosing your platform across the top and your database on the left. The link brings you to a page that has all the required steps for connecting to your database.

Microsoft Access is not supported for Mac 64-bit and Linux 64-bit platforms.

For ODBC- or JDBC- compliant databases that are not listed in the table, see Other ODBC- or JDBC-Compliant Databases.

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