UniData connection strings

UniObjects for .NET

  • Standard

    There's no connection string for the UniSession class. Instead use the static OpenSession method of the UniObjects class.

    UniSession us1 = UniObjects.OpenSession(“DENVER\\asmith”, ”username”, ”password”, “databaseAccount”, ”UDCS”);

    The last parameter, UDCS, is what tells the object to connect to UniData (not UniVerse).

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.NET Framework Data Provider for OLE DB

  • Use an OLE DB provider from .NET

    Provider=any oledb provider's name;OledbKey1=someValue;OledbKey2=someValue;

    See the respective OLEDB provider's connection strings options. The .net OleDbConnection will just pass on the connection string to the specified OLEDB provider. Read more here.

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