On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, David Link wrote:
> I'm looking through the documentation, I'm trying to figure this out.
> How can I get a client up and running, 'psql' and an ODBC driver for
> postgreSQL on Windows? Do I need to install the entire database with
> I'm playing around with Macromedia's Dreamweaver and ColdFusion which
> can use ODBC to connect to databases. (It can also use JDBC, OLE DB and
> has native support for Oracle and others -- not PG though :-)
ODBC driver, instructions & FAQ at odbc.postgresql.org.
Don't need to install cygwin at all; unless you don't have a
Linux/Unix/BSD box to use as the PostgreSQL *server*.
If you want to run psql natively under Windows, you can get a copy with
the excellent pgadmin tool, pgadmin.postgresql.org. Personally, I prefer
to run psql through telnet or ssh on my Linux box, as it's faster & can
There's a ML to discuss ODBC+PostgreSQL at pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org(dot)
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