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Re: [INTERFACES] Odbc on Linux

From: robert_hiltibidal_at_cms08405(at)ccmailgw(dot)state(dot)il(dot)us
To: <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org>, <hardiman(at)hardiman(dot)com>
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] Odbc on Linux
Date: 1999-08-17 15:50:56
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     We currently use Postgres 6.5.1 on a slackware linux 2.2.6 PII300 
     machine, 128mg ram 130mg swap. 
     The client machines are a mix of win95B and winnt 4.0 SP 3 machines. 
     All are at least pentium 166's with at least 32 mg ram.
     The odbc driver we use is the latest from released 
     May 19th I think.
     We have some problems with Access97. We do a lot of DAO programming in 
     Access and the recordsets don't really work all that well using the 
     postgres server. However, just simple export and import works fine, in 
     either dao or drag & drop modes. What we typically do is run all the 
     dao code on the mdb files and then when we're ready to migrate it to 
     the web we do a simple export thru dao code.
     Ideally I'd like to see Postgres work transparently with Access. I'd 
     like to do dao code and not woory if the recorsets are going to work 
     like they should. However, being the microsux realist I am that's 
     gonna be difficult if not impossible.

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Subject: [INTERFACES] Odbc on Linux 
Author:  Paul <hardiman(at)hardiman(dot)com>  at INTERNET
Date:    08/15/1999 10:18 PM

Anybody using ODBC interface to Postgres on Linux?
                 Paul Hardiman
            InterMedia, Inc (Colorado)
         Informations Systems Consulting
303-581-0606, Fax 581-0506, hardiman(at)hardiman(dot)com

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