Which version of psqlodbc driver are you using ?
Craig Ringer wrote:
> I'm currently encountering an interesting issue with the PostgreSQL ODBC
> driver on Windows. I'm unlucky enough to have to use MS Access 2007 for
> a project at the moment, with PostgreSQL providing the storage through
> ODBC. It all works as well as can be expected from Access, except that
> MS Access crashes when it quits.
> The crash only occurs when the PostgreSQL ODBC driver has been used. If
> the Access database file is opened but only Access-internal tables are
> operated on, there's no crash when Access quits.
> The crash occurs whether a file, system, or user DSN is being used.
> I can reproduce this on two different machines.
Could you send me directly the Mylog output ?
> It happens with or
> without SSL in use. It affects any Access 2007 database with a
> PostgreSQL ODBC connection in use, including a newly created blank
> database with a freshly linked table.
> Because Windows is full of stripped binaries and limited debugging tools
> I'm not able to get anything as useful as a backtrace at the moment.
> I've had a quick look and strangely the crash address doesn't seem to be
> part of the address space mapped to any DLLs. Windows Crash Reporter
> seems to agree, in that it indicates that the module name is "unknown".
> I'm at a bit of a loss. I'm used to debugging problems on platforms with
> luxuries like symbol names in binaries, or at least my own code on
> win32 where I can build it for debugging.
> Anybody else seeing, or seen, similar issues?
> Craig Ringer
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