On Linux, Unix, and macOS, the SimbaClient configuration properties are stored in configuration files. There are three files where the different types of properties are stored:
Simba Setting Reader
The DSN definition is stored in a text file called
odbc.ini. The driver manager that you are using on the SimbaClient machine typically looks in the following locations for this file:
The driver manager passes the configuration settings from this file to the SimbaClient.
Different driver managers may search different locations for the
odbc.ini file. Use the correct location for your chosen driver manager.
To configure the DSN, use a text editor to edit the
odbc.ini (there is no configuration dialog for Linux, Unix, and macOS).
odbc.ini file, each DSN has its own section that lists its configuration properties in the form
keyword=value. Each section starts with the DSN name in square brackets and ends with the title of the next DSN or with the end of the file. For example:
Description=Sample 32-bit SimbaEngine SimbaODBCClient DSII