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I realise you have a few threads opened but this one does not involve any Oracle software so you should really follow up with Microsoft to see why their driver won't work with ISQL.
You could post your odbc.ini file here and we may be able to help but it looks like it is a problem with the driver setup or configuration.
Please refer below configuration file,
[oradev@testebs ~]$ cat /usr/local/etc/odbc.ini
Driver = /opt/microsoft/sqlncli/lib64/libsqlncli-11.0.so.1790.0
Description = SqlServer for ODBC Driver
ConvToUtf = Yes
ConvWToUtf = Yes
VarMaxAsLong = Yes
Database = BACKOFF
UID = erp
PWD = oracle
Server = 126.96.36.199
Port = 1433
AnsiNPW = Yes
AutoTranslate = Yes
trace = 1
Trusted_Connection = Yes
Dharma the ODBC driver in question is not working probably because you have configured it to have an [Easysoft ODBC-SQL Server|http://www.easysoft.com/products/data_access/odbc-sql-server-driver/index.html] data source and you are using the Microsoft ODBC-SQL Server driver.
Edited by: user630562 on 21-Aug-2012 02:59
One other point.
You issued the command as -
isql -v thirchyroad
but the odbcini entry is -
What happens if you change the command to -
isql -v tirchyroad
Edited by: Muthuappsdba.blogspot.com on 21-Aug-2012 04:55
Thanks for letting me know it is now working but did you also change the name used in the ISQL comamnd so it matched the odbc.ini nmae ?
Sorry mike,thats my mistake,i have changed DSN name as i mention odbc.ini file.