There's 2 parts, one multi-platform and one platform specific.

IBM i Access Client Solutions
IBM i Access Client Solutions - Windows Application Package
IBM i Access Client Solutions - Linux Application Package

http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/software/i/access/solutions.html

The ODBC driver is in the application package. That has to be downloaded
from ESS.

Charles


On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 3:54 PM, Andrew Lopez (SXS US) <
Andrew.Lopez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Our corporate headquarters is trying to interface from Sharepoint into
our Power 7 box. I thought that the new packaging for Access Client
included both the Java based client and standalone Windows/Linux installs
with ODBC drivers specific to each platform. Am I mistaken? I don't want
to send them the complete "IBM i Access for Windows Install", though I can
if that's the only way to get the ODBC driver.




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