That's awesome! Thanks so much for the pointer.
> DataDirect distributes a nice version of OdbcTest for Windows on the
> following page:
> At 1/14/2004, Dave Page wrote:
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Bing Du [mailto:bdu(at)iastate(dot)edu]
>> > Sent: 14 January 2004 20:45
>> > To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
>> > Subject: [ODBC] no simple test in DSN configuration?
>> > I've ever configured the ODBC driver for both MS SQL server
>> > and MySQL using ODBC Data Source Administrator on windows
>> > 2000. Both have a test button so you can know right away
>> > whether or not your DSN configuration (e.g. database name,
>> > username, password, etc.) is right. I don't see a test like
>> > button when I configured PostgreSQL ODBC driver. Any way I
>> > can do a simple test? I'm new to PostgreSQL, by the way.
>> > Any ideas/suggestions would be appreciated,
>>Hmm, that one never came up before (surprisingly!). Do you have an ODBC
>>app you can try - Microsoft Query or Crystal Reports for example?
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