On Monday, August 16, 2010 01:33:33 pm Mike Toews wrote:
I haven't done any special modifications from the
> default settings, except enable Row Versioning and Updatable Cursors
> (Page 2 options).
And, for some reason, checking these options fixed the problem. I haven't yet
had the time to figure out which of these two does the trick, but changing it
thusly does it! (Have incorporated screenshots thusly in our dox as a nice
contribution to long, tortured existence of Cargo Cult computing)
> On 16 August 2010 12:07, Benjamin Smith <lists(at)benjamindsmith(dot)com> wrote:
> > Server PostgreSQL 8.4 / 64 bit
> > Client MS Access 2007
> > ODBC driver 8.4.200
> > In order to support one of our clients, we've set up ODBC access to our
> > database server, and the contract specifies a single ODBC database
> > connection. We've enabled ODBC and gotten started, but Access seems to
> > want to open a database connection for each linked table - hardly
> > beneficial!
> > We've tried enabling connection pooling for the PG ANSI driver (the one
> > client is trying to use) to no avail - as soon as we try to set up a 2nd
> > linked table, we get an error about connection limits.
> > Is there a way to force Access (or the ODBC driver) to reuse one
> > connection rather than opening multiple connections?
> > -Ben
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