"Julian Mehnle, Linksystem Muenchen" wrote:
> Hi all!
> I have an Access 2000 database (under Windows 2000) which has tables linked
> from a PostgreSQL database. These tables have been linked using the
> PostgreSQL ODBC driver 7.01.0004 or some version around that (sorry, I don't
> remember the exact version). The Access ODBC connect string of one table is:
> However, I have now installed a newer version of the ODBC driver
> (7.01.0009), and when I create a new table link for the *same* table, I get
> quite a different ODBC connect string:
> * Did the ODBC connect string format indeed change between ODBC driver
Yes it was changed in 7.01.0007. Most driver options are changed
to be DSN options.
> * Can I still use the old format with newer ODBC drivers without having to
> expect any disadvantages or bugs?
Unfortunately I couldn't guarantee that the change was
bug-free. However I have seen no bug report other than
implicit *too long connect string* bug. A0=,B1= etc are
abbreviated format to shorten connect strings. Original
format READONLY= etc is still allowed.
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