Add the SQL Anywhere ODBC driver to the ODBC Administrator Tool for Mac OS X so that you can create an ODBC data source that uses this driver.
Your Mac OS X system must not be version 10.6 or later.
The SQL Anywhere ODBC driver must be installed.
The ODBC Administrator Tool for Mac OS X must be installed. This tool is available from Apple.
You can also use the Data Source utility (dbdsn) to create ODBC data sources on Mac OS X.
The _r in the bundle name indicates that it is the threaded version of the driver. There is also an unthreaded version (dbodbc17.bundle) for use with unthreaded applications.
The ODBC configuration files are located in /Library/ODBC within your home directory. There is an odbcinst.ini file for driver information and an odbc.ini file for data source information. You can edit the information with a text editor.
You must use either the ODBCINI or ODBC_INI environment variable to specify the non-standard location and file name of the ODBC initialization file (~/Library/ODBC/odbc.ini).
The SQL Anywhere ODBC driver is added.