> -----Original Message-----
> From: Randy Yates [mailto:yates(at)ieee(dot)org]
> Sent: 28 September 2004 19:14
> To: Greg Campbell
> Cc: Dave Page; pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: Re: [ODBC] Non-Proprietary ODBC Examples on Win32?
> First, thanks for your responses. The value of having real
> people to discuss these things with should not be underestimated.
> I had already installed the postgres ODBC driver. The problem
> is in programmatically interfacing to it. Using ODBC
> inevitably comes down to making some calls to a library
> function (either static or dynamic via import libraries). I
> don't want to depend on MSVC++ CDatabase class or any of the
> other MS crap. I want to interface with a free ODBC library.
> Part of the reason is that I want to be able to target the
> application for either a unix or win32 host.
> Am I making sense?
Yes, but theres no need. There is no non-Microsoft DM (that I've ever
come across) because the one they provide is on virtually every version
of Windows and works just fine. All you need to do is make appropriate
calls to odbc32.dll or whatever the equivalent library is on your unix
boxes. You can either use the ODBC API directly from your own code, or
look for some cross platform ODBC wrapper classes (you might want to
look at http://www.wxWidgets.org for a complete cross platform API,
including ODBC support - we use it for pgAdmin for example).
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