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Re: pgaccess/msaccess

From: "Josh Berkus" <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com>
To: "G(dot)LeeJ" <G(dot)LeeJ(at)imyourhandiman(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgaccess/msaccess
Date: 2001-10-29 23:23:42
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Lee,

> I don't have alot of time to 'dig'........:(.......is there a URL i
> can
> find that will direct me in doing this.........i'm defintely not a
> newbie
> at linux but I guess I am with postgres stuff ........

At Techdocs (http://techdocs.postgresql.org/) there are several papers
on MS Access and postgresql.  Also, Wrox Press's new book on PostgreSQL
has a chapter on MS Access and PostgreSQL.  Finally, if you run into
problem with this, join the PGSQL-ODBC mailing list, where you can talk
to other users who are using Postgres with MS Access and Visual Basic.

> will the above work even tough I"m on an end-user machine ie: no
> server......

No.  Postgres requires one of the following:
*nix computer (Linux, Unix, BSD, OS X, etc.)
WIndows NT or 2000 server.

Postgres will not, as far as I know, run on Windows 98.

-Josh

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