Carlo Stonebanks wrote:
> Our Windows-based db server has to integrate with users that work regularily
> with Access.When attempting to import user's data from Access MDB files to
> PostgreSQL, we try on eof two things: either import using EMS SQL Manager's
> Data Import from Access utility, or export from Access to Postgresql via an
> odbc-based connectionin both cases, the performance is just awful.
> Performance with Tcl's native postgres driver seems rather fine running from
> Windows a Windows client, BTW.
> ODBC is often blamed for this sort of thing - I have the 8.01.02 release
> dated 2006.01.31. Everything appears to be at its default setting.
Try Command Prompt's ODBC driver. Lately it has been measured to be
consistently faster than psqlODBC.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
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