On Wednesday, May 20, 2009, Tom Lane wrote:
>> Are you supplying the correct username/password combination in the ODBC
>> connection? - It sounds like this sort of a problem.
> Did you set a password for the "geoff" database user at all?
> It isn't going to automatically use your system-level password...
> see ALTER USER ... PASSWORD ...
D'oh! I assumed that roles created via the "createuser" utility had
the password for the system user account. SELECT * FROM pg_roles;
showed passwords for all roles where I expected nulls or empty strings
where no password was set. Doing as you suggested did the trick.
My thanks both to Tom and to Raymond.
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