Dave Page wrote:
> I have just released pgAdmin v6.5.1 at:
> pgAdmin is a PostgreSQL administration/management tool for Windows 95/98/NT.
Boy, is it ever!
I just finished installing this beast, and, after a couple of caveats,
have things running smoothly -- this is a great program, IMHO.
1.) You must have DCOM95 or DCOM98 installed, depending upon whether you
are using Win95 or Win98;
2.) You must install the MDAC 2.0 Redistributable Typical Install;
3.) You must have the latest PostODBC installed;
4.) This setup program updates some system files -- you will have to run
setup once, then reboot, then run setup AGAIN (this is a Win95 problem,
not a pgAdmin problem, IMO);
5.) You must set the PostODBC options properly -- go into 32-bit ODBC
setup from Control Panel, select the appropriate datasource, select the
Datasource button, uncheck Read-Only, Check both boxes under OID.
Otherwise, you will get lots of errors.
This is a great program -- particularly if you don't have Access. And,
frankly, the available GUI programs under Linux are not quite as
polished -- no offense to Constantin, as pgaccess is a great little
tool, but it's not quite as polished.
All of the above installs add up to around 15MB of download, so give
yourself plenty of time.
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