sorry let me refine this situation some..i'm using msaccess for my
companies invoicing needs and looking for a best way scenario to start
doing this in linux..i do not have a server on either linux or windows
system ie: standalone machines albeit im thinking of hooking up a
network to get both machines access to broadband without having to
switch cables all the time <G> so thats an option if its one I need
?..anyway thats why I mentioned pgaccess as it has a 'interface' to
postgres so I can start setting up a UI similar to what I had in
msaccess to start the ball rolling at least...
>Get the Postgres ODBC driver for windoze (probably in your distro
>already), and install it to point to your Postgres server. Open
>msaccess and Export your tables one at a time to the ODBC connection.
>You don't need pgaccess for this....
>>> was talking with someone online and they mentioned getting ODBC for
>>> msaccess and them exporting my database with that and importing (
>>>with postgres-odbc installed) them somehow into postgres via
>>> that would be loverly if possible but are there ( assuming this is
>>> special directions to be aware of to pull this off??
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