Rob Yampolsky wrote:
> Told you it was something stupid. Turns out I was using the wrong
> Postgres ODBC driver. My MDK 7.2 installation had 2 things that looked
> like the driver.
This is the driver for iODBC.
This is the driver for unixODBC.
> The correct one seems to be libodbcpsql
You have to choose the driver according to the driver manager.
> I had tried both, and originally using libodbcpsql caused a segmentation
> violation, so I had been concentrating my efforts on the other one.
> Well, I ended up following the setup instructions in the unixODBC package
> documentation to get it working under that package. Once it worked
> there, I was able to get it working with libiodbc (which my application
> was using).
> Hint- it wants you to specify a UserName in .odbc.ini (you'd think it
Isn't it Username not UserName ?
> would default to the 'current user').
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