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    Default Qt SDK 1.1 missing driver

    Hello friends,

    I have install the new sdk and I miss the odbc drivers. Is it an installations problem or is it take away from the sdk???

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    Default Re: Qt SDK 1.1 missing driver

    As far as I know ODBC drivers were never part of the SDK. The SDK ships only with the SQLite driver.
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    Default Re: Qt SDK 1.1 missing driver

    On Windows the previous SDKs came with a pre-compiled QODBC plugin. I'd be surprised if it was taken out of the build for the 'new' SDK but as I haven't installed the latest edition yet I cannot be certain of that.

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