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MyODBC Driver Installation and Configuration

On this page you can find out how to install and configure a MyODBC 5.3 driver for Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway to allow SMS messaging.

To configure database connectivity in Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway, you need to set up an ODBC driver. To install and configure a MyODBC driver (for a MySQL database), follow the instructions below. The installation and configuration of other database drivers is similar to the process described here.

Download the MyODBC database driver from the Internet. You can use the following link: http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/

Install the downloaded MyODBC database driver by starting the downloaded exe file. The installation is similar to the installation of any Windows application. Click the Next and the OK button to get from one dialog box to the next and to finish the installation.

When the driver is available on your system, you need to set up a datasource. Open Control Panel, click Administrative Tools and click the ODBC Data Source icon. This will open the ODBC Data Source Administrator panel, which is part of Windows (Figure 1).

Figure 1 - Opening the ODBC Data Source Administrator panel

In the ODBC Data Source Administrator panel, you have to define a datasource. Click the User DSN Tab (it is the default tab), and click Add as shown in the figure below. This will bring up the "Create New Datasource" dialog box (Figure 2).


Figure 2 - Opening the Create New Datasource dialog box

In this form, select the (newly installed) driver, and click Finish. In most cases, when you click Finish, a database server specific configuration form comes up. (You can also open this configuration form by double-clicking the selected driver.)

You can start configuring the database driver (Figure 3).


Figure 3 - The configuration form

Enter the information in the respective edit boxes.

  • In the Data Source Name box, enter the name of the data source you want to access. It can be any valid name that you choose.
  • In the Description box, enter the description needed for the DSN
  • .
  • In the TCP/IP Server box, enter the name of the MySQL server host that you want to access. By default, it is localhost.
  • In the Port box, enter the port number if it is not the default (3306).
  • In the User box, enter your MySQL username (your database user ID).
  • In the Password box, enter your password.
  • In the Database dropdown menu, select the database to be current upon connect
    • If the connection test succeeds, it means that you have a working datasource which can be attached to Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway.

      When configuring a MySQL database user in Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway, you have to specify the database connection string in the Database connection tab. Include the configuration specifications of your ODBC driver in the connection string (Figure 4).


      Figure 4 - Specifying the connection string for the MySQL database

      For more information about the configuration of a MySQL user for SMS messaging using Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway, check out the MySQL User page.

      You can find database connection strings for a wide range of different databases In Appendix B - Connection Strings.

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