Yes, this could be a solution, but I don't want to leave another file
(pg_dump.exe or maybe to pg_restore to) on client machines ...
If I can't find another way I think this will be the solution!
Om Computer & Software
On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 08:41:26 -0500, Joel Fradkin <jfradkin(at)wazagua(dot)com>
> Simple method would be to load pg_dump on their machine and shell to it.
> PGadminIII appears to do this and it runs well going from postgres on
> to a XP machine.
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> Subject: [ODBC] Using pg_dump through odbc
> I am using Delphi with psqlodbc and postgresql.
> The problem is that I want the users to be able to backup the database
> from client stations by pressing a button. So my question is how can I
> a pg_dump or psql command from delphi through odbc and get back the
> dumped data ?
> Any ideea or maybe a workaround?
> Thank you,
> Adrian Din,
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