The "SQL Server" ODBC driver that ships with Windows is part of
Microsoft/Windows Data Access Components (MDAC/WDAC) and is an
operating system component nowadays. The specific driver version
number shouldn't be a concern given that the interface is the same.
This ODBC driver is deprecated and has not been enhanced since for
many years. It is included with Windows only to support legacy
applications and is unaware the new SQL data types and features
introduced since the release of SQL 2005. It is not intended to be
used for new development but nothing prevents you from using so.
Most Java applications use a JDBC driver for relational database
access. You could use a modern JDBC driver and include it with your
application. That will allow you to use newer SQL features.
Batch file to Copy the last n lines of a text file into a new text file
is there a way using a batch file to copy the last n lines of a log
file into a new text file.