File type: CD/DVD Labelling System Files, ODBC Data Source
The DSN file extension is used to define system files in the application called CD Stomper. The files with the .dsn file extension are CD and DVD labeling system files and are used with the software to design and create impressive labels in a matter of minutes. The application can be used to create labels for music, data or photos. It lets a user easily design, print and then apply the label. The CD Stomper is a complete labeling system that includes pre-cut sheets for labels and removable tabs for easy application. The labels may be easily printed using an inkjet or laser printer. '
Category: Data files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: CD Stomper, Microsft Applications
Open with Linux: Linux applications
The DSN file extension is likewise utilized as data source files for Open Database Connectivity (ODBC). ODBC is a standard method for Application Programming Interface software that utilizes Database Management Systems.
Statements in ODBC in a program allows a user to access files in a variety of databases such as dBase, Excel, Access, DB2 and text.
Although Microsoft is known to be the prime proponent that gave support for ODBC programming, the developers of ODBC aims to keep it independent from database systems, programming languages as well as Operating Systems. ODBC was initially launched in September 1992 by the SQL Access Group but Microsoft was first to create a product.
Some versions also exist for platforms like OS/2, UNIX and Mac.