OK, it works fine, but the data is not copied, because of the large binary objects (the message is quite clear).
I will look at ftp://ftp.sdc.com.au/pub/repl for "a general purpose database replicator for any pair of databases which inderstand ODBC" (as posted in this list by Stephen Davies).
The last (I hope) problem is due to database protection : my Access databases are password protected, by an Access Workgroup (MDW file). pgAdmin says it can't access the database, even if I type the right Username/Password in the Database Migration Wizard. The message is :
Error No: 3033
Error Description: You don't have the necessary permissions to use the 'C:\Donnees\G.H.S\Creation\Nutrigest\Développement\Bases\Internet Nutrigest admin.mdb' object. Have your system administrator or the person who created this object establish the appropriate permissions for you.
Error Source: DAO.Workspace
DLL Error Code: 0
De: Dave Page [SMTP:dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk]
Date: jeudi 28 octobre 1999 11:04
À: 'Nicolas Huillard'
Objet: RE: [INTERFACES] pgAdmin connection error on NT and W98
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nicolas Huillard [mailto:nhuillard(at)ghs(dot)fr]
> Sent: 27 October 1999 09:34
> To: 'Dave Page'
> Cc: 'pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org'
> Subject: RE: [INTERFACES] pgAdmin connection error on NT and W98
> The Migration error was about an OLE field in the Access
> database (s_Lineage). Which is converted in a blank field
> type. See the log file :
I have tested pgAdmin with OLE fields in an Access MDB, and they seem to
work correctly on my system (that is, the table is created, but the
Migration Wizard cannot migrate blob data and will ignore it). My guess is
that you do not have the lo datatype configured on your PostgreSQL system.
If this is the case, you can create it with the following SQL:
CREATE TYPE "lo" ( internallength = 4,
externallength = 10,
input = int4in,
output = int4out,
send = int4out,
receive = int4in,
default = '',
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