>On 02.07.2002 at 19:59 Roberto Benitez wrote:
>hi, i have a postgresql db set up on a linux server
>i can access it w/o a problem from that machine, but when i try to access
>it from odbc, i get an error
>it says it cannot find a 'pg_hda.conf' entry for [IP Address], [User],
>i set up the pg_hda.conf to accept a given range of IP's or tried to at
>what else do i need to do?
First, make sure you're using the correct pg_hba.conf in the postgres
data directory! Then restart postgres server to bring changes in effect.
Second, you will need to create a data base user using the 'createuser'
command. Use your logon name on the remote machine as the user
name to create.
If you have successfully connected to the database you still can run
into trouble if you forgot to allow access to the records in your
data base. Use 'GRANT SELECT ON <table> TO <user>' as a minimum
If you have no success with that, please post your pg_hba.conf and
the concrete values for "[IP Adress], ..." from above. And specify your
odbc client machine (just guessing: Windows, Access ???)
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