Asynchrony Solutions has a product named Envoke, a cross platform
collaboration application which by default uses PostgreSQL on the
back-end. It is included in Envoke's Windows installation. By visiting
http://www.envoke.us, you can download a trial of the software, to see
how PostgreSQL for Windows gets installed and started automatically.
Nikhil G. Daddikar wrote:
>Some background: our application is dependent on Postgresql and we are extremely happy with it. We've been running it Linux servers.
>However, our target customers are mostly Win2k and are not expected to be IT savvy nor have any IT personnel. We are therefore trying to make it a painless install, and other than PG, we have everything figured out that would make it as simple as unzipping and starting the server.
>1. is there a simple way for pg to be installed on win2k machines?
>2. Is cygwin required?
>3. Can we just bundle all the software so that the end user doesn't have to do all the work and also we have a controlled environment?
>The aim is to make it really easy.
>*Any* help will be greatly appreciated.
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Myles Bogner, Ph.D. : VP Research & Development
Asynchrony Solutions, Inc.
1709 Washington Ave. // Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63103
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