Downloading the ODBC Driver to Windows¶
AWS regions that are created after 2013 only support signature version V4, which are listed in AWS Service endpoints. New S3 buckets that are created after January 20, 2020 only support signature version V4. While using Driver version 2.2.2, Qubole recommends you to test if the S3 bucket is in the AWS region that does not require signature version V4 to use it.
The Qubole driver is stored in the publicly accessible cloud storage, and works on all cloud platforms supported in QDS. Qubole plans to support it on GCP shortly.
Qubole recommends to use 2.23 and later version of GNU C Library (glibc) as there is a bug in 2.22 and earlier versions.
Pick the driver version from the following table that you want to download.
|ODBC Driver Version||Release Date||AWS Signature Version Support||Downloadable JAR Location||Release Notes|
|Driver Version 3.0.0||2nd Sep 2020||V4 and V2||https://paid-qubole.s3.amazonaws.com/odbc/3.0.0/qds-odbc-3.0.0.msi||ODBC Driver Version 3.0.0|
|Driver Version 2.1.1||14th Nov 2019||V4 and V2||https://paid-qubole.s3.amazonaws.com/odbc/2.1.1/qds-odbc-2.1.1.msi||For versions 2.1.1 and 2.2.2, see ODBC Driver Release Notes|
|Driver version 2.2.2||5th Nov 2019||Only V2||https://paid-qubole.s3.amazonaws.com/odbc/2.2.2/qds-odbc-2.2.2.msi|
Installing the ODBC Driver on Windows describes the steps to install the ODBC driver. Configure the BI tool (if required) on the Windows OS. To know more about the configuration of the BI tools, see Tools Guides.