> I run PostgreSQL server on a RedHat Linux 6.2 system.
> I want to write client software for OS's mentioned in the subject.
> Where can I get an appropriate ODBC driver?
Search for Byron Nikolaidis' page about the current PostgreSQL ODBC
driver (Insight Distributions). You may also compile src/interfaces/odbc/
under MS Visual C++.
> What is the recommended development platform?
> (I consider using Delphi or MS Visual C++.)
We use Borland C++ Builder 4.0 Professional which is similar to Delphi. It
works well if you don't want to write too difficult applications. Borland
Database Engine, a part of this integrated developing environment, may
cause strange effects, you might check what alternatives have you got
instead of it. We started using ODBCExpress instead but I also suggest
trying WinZeos, which will be another good alternative soon. I use
Interactive PostgreSQL which is based on WinZeos, it work really good.
But, _the recommended development platform_ is unknown for us, too. C++
Builder 4 has too much bug for developing in a comfortable way, you need
_much_ time to detect them and find the way working around...
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