Any legal PostgreSQL statement(s) should work. However, I don't think
multiple resultset are allowed. The big thing is that you are avoiding the
MS Jet Engine. This will allow you access any non-standard functions and
syntax available to PostgreSQL.
If you don't know, Jet has many benifits. Like performing outer joins and
----- Original Message -----
From: Gregg Berkholtz <gregg(at)gbcomputers(dot)com>
To: Access Developer listserv <accessd(at)mtgroup(dot)com>; Postgres interface list
Sent: Saturday, January 23, 1999 3:08 PM
Subject: [INTERFACES] MS Access 97 and Pass-through SQL
>Does anyone know what pass-through SQL statements cannot be used with
>PostgreSQL connections via ODBC.
>I am running PostgreSQL 6.4.2.
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