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Re: dsn connections

From: "Tim Bruce" <timsnews(at)tbruce(dot)com>
To: "wes" <pdxpug(at)the-wes(dot)com>, "PDX PostgreSQL Users" <pdxpug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: dsn connections
Date: 2008-08-07 20:25:18
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Would an ODBC ping be sufficient?  If not, maybe using a WSH Script to do
a select using both ODBC and the native ADO objects and run a couple of
queries would suffice.

I haven't found a specific tool other than CuteSQL that will connect, and
CuteSQL "disappeared" from the Internet (or maybe it was just the ability
to get a registration code...).  I can't remember anything more than that.

Timothy J. Bruce

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On Thu, August 7, 2008 13:13, wes wrote:
> Is there a PostgreSQL admin tool for Windows that uses a Windows DSN to
> establish the connection? I am still working on the issue I reported
> before,
> regarding IIS "freaking out" once in a while when connecting to the db.
> I would like to test if the driver still works while still in the failure
> mode. Any advice is appreciated.
> thanks,
> -wes

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