Does your database reside locally, or is it on a remote machine? By this, I
am trying to ensure that the Solaris ODBC driver will allow me to forward
queries to a secondary box that contains the actual Postgres database...
Also, does the act of compiling the ODBC driver require the full
installation of Postgres on the Solaris platform?
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From: Daren R. Sefcik [SMTP:daren(at)partnersdata(dot)com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 12:32 PM
To: Brule, Jon [HUMB:9681:EXCH]; Thomas Lockhart
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] Linux Postgres and Solaris Tango
> Don't know what Tango is, but the ODBC driver which ships with
> Postgres is reputed to compile and run on Solaris.
> I do have access to Solaris machines, but afaik I don't have any
> which would let me test the driver from there.
It does work..I use it with ColdFusion on Solaris 2.6 and 7..I have
it with unixodbc and StarOffice...just a confirmation that it does
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