Short answer, no.
Access is not a database *server* like postgresql. It will not accept any
kind of incoming connection. To do that you would need something like MS
SQL Server and the software necessary to access it. In your case, you
would need a "driver" in plpgsql that connects to the MS server. Anyway,
you want things to be local so this won't work for you..
On Wed, 6 Jun 2001, DI Hasenöhrl wrote:
> Hello all,
> I use postgresql as backend and MsAccess97 as frontend via ODBC.
> I know, how to use VBA and pass through queries to update or insert rows in postgresql-tables.
> But I don't know, how to do this the other way round, from postgresql to MsAccess.
> I want to develop a trigger, which updates or inserts rows in some local tables in MsAccess on the client side.
> How can I realize a *pass through query* in postgresql ( with plpgsql ?) to be executed in MsAccess?
> Is there a possibility, to send updates or inserts from postgresql-tables to local MsAccess-tables (without linked tables)
> I have the following situation:
> 1 postgresql database and some clients on different locations, connected via internet
> I want to hold some information realy local (no linked table) to the clients and to the host, because the connection is not very fast
> when client_1 changes a special table in the postgresql DB, this should be transmitted to a local MsAccess-table to client_2
> Can I solve this problem with plpgsql????????????
> Please, can anyone help me to solve this problem.
> Thanks in advance
> E-Mail: i(dot)hasenoehrl(at)aon(dot)at
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