>i use the cygwin postgresql 7.03.x and i have ported some tables from
>access to pg.
There is not enough info for someone to give you an advice.
Here are some hints:
1. Try to use another method to browse the table using ODBC (e.g. Excel, or OpenOffice Calc)
2. One issue with the ODBC is that one needs a driver for a certain database. There are differences beteewn backend versions some drivers may connect to or not. So, are you sure your backend/driver versions match ?
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