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GNU R package for ODBC database access

This CRAN package provides access to any Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC) accessible database.

The package should be platform independent and provide access to any database for which a driver exists. It has been tested with MySQL and PostgreSQL on both Linux and Windows (and to those DBMSs on Linux hosts from R under Windows), Microsoft Access, SQL Server and Excel spreadsheets (read-only), and users have reported success with connections to Oracle and DBase.

Usage is covered in the R Data Import/Export manual (available via the r-doc-pdf, r-doc-html and r-doc-info packages).

Package version:1.3-6-1


rodbc (1.3-6-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release

 -- Dirk Eddelbuettel <>  Wed, 27 Jun 2012 12:30:19 -0500

rodbc (1.3-5-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release

  * debian/control: Set Build-Depends: to current R version
  * debian/control: Change Depends to ${R:Depends}
  * debian/control: Set Standards-Version: to current version 

 -- Dirk Eddelbuettel 


Version: 1.3-5 (2012-03-09, released)

	* R/sql.R: pass na.strings to type.convert, so "NA" need not be

	* vignettes: assemble pieces from inst/doc and manual.

Version: 1.3-4 (2012-01-05, released)

	* R/RODBC.R, R/TypeInfo.R: use an environment for typesR2DBMS.

Version: 1.3-3 (2011-07-25, released)

	* COPYING: change to name to GPL-2.

	* po: add Danish translations from Joe Han


This is the Debian GNU/Linux r-cran-rodbc package of rodbc, an ODBC
database access package for GNU R. RODBC was originally written by
Michael Lapsley <> and is now maintained
by B. D. Ripley <>.

This package was created by Dirk Eddelbuettel <>.
The sources were downloaded from

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