Thanks for quick answer. Sorry, this was a misstype. We are using 8.4
* We are using the OLEDB-Provider for ADO.
* On 8.2 the connectionstring works, on 8,4 it does not work.
* The database is local and accessed with localhost.
* An application, whitch acceses the database via an ODBC-driver
works. Only ADO does not work. (ADO error *80004005.* )
Chander Ganesan wrote:
> Josef Springer wrote:
>> we had installed 8.2 and used a database via ADO with the connectstring
>> Now we have installed 8.8 and try to use the database with the same
>> connectstring but get the ADO error *80004005.*
> There is no PostgreSQL 8.8 - can you tell us what version you are
> really using (or, if you think it is 8.8, where you got it from?)
> Can you connect to the database with the regular command line tools
> over the network (or a GUI tool such as PgAdmin III), or do you get an
> error there as well?
> The problem may be that it's unable to connect due to a database
> configuration issue, not an ADO issue. If you had a DSN that was
> working before, I wouldn't change it until you've verified that you're
> actually able to connect to the database properly.
> Did you make sure that you made the appropriate changes to
> postgresql.conf and pg_hba.conf on the new system to ensure that users
> will be able to connect over the network?
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