On 06/09/2012 01:10 PM, Della-Croce, Gregory wrote:
> ·Ok I feel like a bit of a rubber ball. Microsoft saw this question and
> said “Great question go ask customer support at PostgreSQL. All I want
> is a simple answer to what I thought was a simple answer.
> - I have a remote PostgreSQL 8.4 database backing up my clients application.
> - I have created (having to go in as ADMINISTRATOR) ODBCAD32 for 64bit
> both User and System drivers on my computer.
Well ODBCAD32 is for 32 bit drivers which where the ones you installed.
> - I went to Access 2010 on my computer, opened a database, went to
> External Data ODBC Database. I expected to see my drivers listed there.
> They were not. Only the standard 32bit drivers where listed.
So use those. Or are you saying you do not see the Postgres drivers at all?
> *MY QUESTION: How do I get to the drivers to get to the database to get
> to the data to write the application reports that the client needs? *
Not sure how to answer this. When we left this question last, you had
successfully installed the 32 bit drivers.
If you want the 64 bit drivers than go here:
> Please Note: I have done some programming in Access but I am rusty. I do
> not have access to VS.NET, so it will have to be VBA code. I am running
> a Win 7 64bit system with a special read-only Network connection to the
> database. I can see the database on with the pgADMIN III tool. That
> provided a place for the connection to be record directly and did not
> ask for the ODBC Drivers.
> I am grateful to any and all I hear from with a working solution. Please
> unless the link is better than the How to that I saw please be more
> Greg Della-Croce
> Applications Administrator
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