New Version for SuiteAnalytics Connect ODBC and JDBC Drivers

On September 23, 2019, new versions of the SuiteAnalytics Connect ODBC and JDBC drivers were made available for download. If you are using an ODBC driver, you must upgrade to the latest version before November 15, 2019.

You should upgrade to the latest version of the drivers as soon as possible. Since November 15, 2019, ODBC driver versions prior to 8.10.89.0 are no longer be supported. See the following table for the latest driver versions:

Driver Type

Driver Version

Action Required

Windows ODBC

8.10.92.0

Upgrade to this version is required.

Linux ODBC

8.10.89.0

Upgrade to this version is required.

JDBC

8.10.85.0

Upgrade to this version is optional.

Note:

You must ensure that you have removed the "ciphersuites" parameter from your connection URL. The JDBC server automatically selects the appropriate cipher suite for authentication. After November 20, 2019, if your connection URL contains a cipher suite, you are unable to access the Connect Service.

Note:

If you use an ADO.NET driver to access the Connect Service, no action is required.

To download the latest driver version, go to your NetSuite home page and click Set Up SuiteAnalytics Connect in the Settings portlet.

Depending on your operating system and the version of the driver you install, you may also need to update your connection attributes. See the following table for more information:

Driver

Action Required

Windows ODBC 8.10.92.0

No update required.

The installer automatically updates your data sources to use the generic system trust store and account-specific domains.

For more information about the installation, see Downloading and Installing the ODBC Driver for Windows.

Windows ODBC 8.10.92.0 (DSN-less connections)

Update required.

Set the value of the trust store parameter to system.

Linux ODBC 8.10.89.0

Linux ODBC driver version 8.10.89.0 does not include ca.cer and ca2.cer files. If you are upgrading from a previous version, you must update the trust store parameter or connection string. You must remove the ca.cer and ca2.cer files, and ensure that the ca3.cer file is included.

For more information, see Configuring the ODBC Data Source on Linux.

For more information about upgrading ODBC drivers, see the following topics:

For more information about upgrading JDBC drivers, see the following topics:

For more information about account-specific domains, see URLs for Account-Specific Domains.

Related Topics

Connect Service Notifications

General Notices