Thanks for the referral Patrick. I'm not a U2 guy but I can refer
Ryan to a couple resources.
- For great info on ODBC with Unidata, get this doc:
- Subscribe to the U2 discussion list here. There are a lot of people
much more qualified that myself on this topic who can give you some
Generally, you can connect into Unidata directly via ODBC. For more
regular exchanges you might want to extract the data from SQL Server
or MS Access with a .NET Data Provider, then get into Unidata using
other tools, including free UniObjects or UniODBC, or commercial
products like RedBack or the Pick Data Provider .NET. The solution
depends on your application. Again, I'm not an expert with Unidata
connectivity, but I may be able to help whittle down your options if
you'd like to provide more info about your application.
(munging a URL http:here//somedomain.com still leads to spam.)