ODBC is a client side middle-layer interface. You can't determine any
ODBC-related property with SQL query. There are special functions which
client application can call to get info about ODBC driver, such as:
SQLDrivers, SQLGetInfo, etc...
You can start from this reference:
> how can I check actully used driver version from within an application?
> I develop an application and I'd like to know I can read out the odbc
> version to write into a log in case of errors.
> Is there something like "SELECT ODBCVersion()"?
> Probaply not.
> How could I do it then?
> Client application is MS Access on Windows XP.
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