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Is there any known issue with MS-Office >2000 fetching Data?

From: Andreas <maps(dot)on(at)gmx(dot)net>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Is there any known issue with MS-Office >2000 fetching Data?
Date: 2009-07-30 04:36:18
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sure it's kind of OT but please bear with my question a wee bit.
Perhaps you know a better place to ask PG, ODBC + Access questions?

I work on this Access app. that occasionally has to export to (the one 
and only globally accepted data transport container) Excel.

My work pc has PostgreSQL 8.4 + psqlODBC 8.4 as well as Office 2000 
So my app does the usual chore ... get a connection and a readonly 
recordset ... open a excel-file ... try to dump with CopyFromRecordset 
into a range-object of Excel.
Connection: tried with Client- and ServerCursor
Recordset: adLockReadOnly,  adOpenForwardOnly  or adOpenStatic

Then MY own pc gets the job done sooner or later even when I let it talk 
to the remote 8.3.5 server via a ssh-tunnel.

My vnc-pc at work has odbc 8.4 but Office 2003 and the above mentioned 
8.3.5 server in the LAN.
There those transfers wont go through.
They dump between 1 to x lines where x can be rather high sometimes. 
Then comes "Method CopyFromRecordset for the object Range failed.

Especially Views are bad.
Plain selects tend to do better than   select * from my_view   type queries.
Even sql-functions do better. It still crashes but goes way further than 
the same select in a view.

By the way ... someone with Vista-Business and Office 2007 has the same 



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