I found King's piece on installing ODBC for Python on IBM i to be useful and that combined with Jack's reference gave me what I needed.

You can find it here https://odbcphp.k3s.com/ <https://odbcphp.k3s.com/> if you haven't already found it.



On Aug 6, 2020, at 10:51 AM, Jack Woehr <jwoehr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Thu, Aug 6, 2020 at 7:29 AM Steve M via OpenSource <
opensource@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Background, I started with this page,
https://github.com/IBM/ibmi-oss-examples/blob/master/odbc/odbc.md. The
driver is successfully installed from the ACS download page, on my IBM i.
When I run "odbcinst -j" I have:


If you don't get an answer here, ask on the IBM i Open Source group at
https://ibmioss.ryver.com/ in the Database forum.

The self-enroll link is
https://ibmioss.ryver.com/application/signup/members/9tJsXDG7_iSSi1Q

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