On Friday 08 July 2011 21:08:21 Hiroshi Saito wrote:
> Changes and updates in the new release include:
> 5.) Handle *with or without oids* correctly.
Thank you very much.
However, the behaviour is still no exactly what I expected:
I have a legacy excel 97 database, poorly designed, with about 100 tables, 1000 queries, complex forms... You get the picture.
I used a recent mdbtools snapshot from git to convert the database to postgres (index, default values, constaints, this rocks!).
However, I had a lot of tables without a primary keys.
What I did is adding oids for these tables, and created a primary key (on oid).
Now, I still have some legacy code from access I'd like to use.
I changed the access tables to psql linked tables, and I'm opening the connection with that:
(This is CX with BIT_SHOWOIDCOLUMN)
But when open these tables with a primary key on oid, I don't see the oid column and I can't append data.
I also tried CX=1d102bb (BIT_FAKEOIDINDEX). Same results.
Does anyone has any idea about what is going on?
Is that an excel problem? Or is there some change I could make in psqlodc to have these linked tables work with legacy access modules?
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