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From: Jone <j(dot)haran(at)hizkia(dot)fr>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Access end Postgres
Date: 2005-09-22 08:31:49
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I am working with Microsoft Access 2003 accessing a postgres database 
via ODBC.
I would like to know the best way to change the current user logged in 
the database without closing my application.

I have made a module that create linked table (ODBC without DSN). If i 
use it with a first user it works fine but then if i delete all the 
links and then link my table with another user, when i access the table 
i have always the rights affected to the first user and in the postgres 
logs i can see that it is always the first user that is identified. But 
if i execute an ODBC request by program with the second user (without 
using the linked table), in the logs i can see that the second user has 
really executed that request.
I have also executed the command "set session authorization" but it dose 
not seem to work even with a super-user.

Can anyone help me on this issue ?
Thank you by advance.

HIZKIA Informatique
64100 Bayonne (FRANCE)

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