I’m trying to configure the postgres odbc driver with our Acucobol application 5. On Wed, Apr 7, at 4: Anonymous 18 June at I’m not convinced that the proper driver is being used. Marco Del Corno 18 June at
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I understand you had problem. On Wed, Apr 7, at 3: As said try to follow the above instruction.
Switch it back accucobol it works. I can’t because the server is owned by a private company. I had it up and running from the command line, but connections coming from the application are rejected due to a “bad packet header”, which seems to be because the connect packets are coming in with V2 in the data, and pgbouncer only supports V3.
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I can’t get any logging, I can’t set the Protocol version So I could be wrong. Apr 7, ’10 at 7: Is this not the correct way to do it? ODBCng is no accucobol being developed, I’m not sure that that’s the route I want to take for the future.
However, I do answer to all the comments. Harris 2 Korry Douglas 1.
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Apr 7, at 7: Select Linked Servers and right click it. In my experience, it is better to create scheduled insert or update queries to import tables directly into SQL Server, as explained in Schedule SQL queries over night.
You will now see the linked server in the navigation menu of Management Odbbc just under the Provider folder. I do not speak English. The application can still parse the odbc.
Choose New Linked Server and a properties menu will appear. When you query a large amount of data, you will notice that the overall performance is not very exciting. Please follow the instructions on the blog.
And where can you get it? Marco Del Corno 13 August at Hi Thanks for this article.
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Marco Del Corno 11 February at I apologize if I don’t publish comments immediately. Of all the odbc entries on the system from a root level search for both odbc. DSN create ccobol DataSource: There’s a DSN error. Pulling my hair out On top of that, you can actually use the tables as SQL Server tables, creating indexes and relations as needed.
The application is actually launched from a windows box via a thin client DSN architecture mismatch between the controller and the application provider: Is the linked server in the linked server branch on the left hand panel?