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Which ODBC driver to do I need to link the Unix table.
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by:Gns
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Uh, the one for your Unix database:-).

Really, there's no such thing as "a Unix table".

-- Glenn
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Sorry, should read "the Unix table"... Meaning that that table could be defined in any number of databases, all having their own ODBC driver. So the question should perhaps be "How do I determine what database I'm running"... In which case you could begin by looking at the output from "ps -ef" (sysv style) or "ps alx" (bsd style).
If nothing rings a bell, you could perhaps quote it here, along with some info about the database server (OS etc)...:-)

-- Glenn
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Best ODBC drivers came on tape or CD You installed your database from....
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by:Alf666
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mysql => http://www.mysql.com
postgres => http://www.postgresql.org
Oracle => http://www.oracle.com

They all provide their ODBC driver.


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