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Unix database and ODBC

Posted on 1999-01-21
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I'm looking for an ODBC driver for Unix.
I'd like to put an MS Access database on a unix server,
I'd like to create a DSN for this database and then
use Php3.0 and connect the DSN to extract some datas in
this database.
Is it possible ?
if yes, could you tell me how could I do it ?

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check out Visigenic
they had unix odbc drivers a while ago
there was a mem leak problem, but it was long time ago
should be fixed now
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