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icrosoft Access is one of, if not the, most popular database packages available for the Windows platform It provides an excellent, user-friendly graphical environment for creating tables, queries, data entry forms, and customized reports The downside is that Access often gets used inappropriately in corporate environments While Access is perfect for single-user database applications, it suffers from performance problems when used in a multi-user environment The problem is that it is not uncommon to see users become proficient in Access on their local workstations, then port an Access application to a network environment and have dozens of other people using the application This can create a problem, both in application performance and network load However, trying to convert a multi-user application completely from Access to PostgreSQL can be time-consuming This chapter shows how you can leverage your Access programming skills so that you can use your existing front-end Access applications while utilizing the PostgreSQL database on the back end to manage your data in a multi-user-friendly environment
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In normal use, Access uses its own database format to store data tables, indexes, views, forms, reports, and queries created for an application By default, all of these items are stored in a single file that uses an mdb extension to identify it as an Access database file As discussed in 1, the only way to share an Access database application between multiple users is to place the mdb database file on a shared network drive and allow users to read and write to the file Besides working with standard mdb database files, Access also has the capability of interfacing with other databases using the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) standard The ODBC standard defines a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) for applications to access databases Any application that supports ODBC can access any database that supports ODBC PostgreSQL fully supports the ODBC protocol This allows an Access application to interact with a PostgreSQL database server, accessing tables, views, and other database objects contained on the PostgreSQL server, from the queries, forms, and reports created in Access All normal PostgreSQL security restrictions apply to ODBC connections, such as Login Role restrictions and network client address restrictions The following sections describe how to download, install, and use the PostgreSQL ODBC driver to a client workstation to allow your Access applications to connect to and use a PostgreSQL database
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Installing the ODBC Driver
PostgreSQL provides a separate ODBC driver for remote client connectivity using the ODBC API set called psqlODBC Any Windows client that needs to connect to the
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PostgreSQL server using ODBC must have the psqlODBC package installed and configured There are two ways to obtain and install psqlODBC: Through the normal PostgreSQL package installation Through a special client PostgreSQL ODBC installation The standard PostgreSQL installation package includes the psqlODBC package, along with all of the other parts of a PostgreSQL server To install psqlODBC, you must make sure that the ODBC option is enabled in the PostgreSQL installation window, shown in Figure 12-1 The ODBC drivers are a set of Windows dll files installed in the Windows system directories The ODBC documentation files are placed under the PostgreSQL installation directory (C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\82\doc\psqlODBC) For a remote client, however, all you need to install is the ODBC driver; you obviously do not need to install the entire PostgreSQL server package This makes using the standard PostgreSQL installation package somewhat overkill for installing just the ODBC driver To compensate for that, there is another installation package that only includes the psqlODBC package for Windows This is obviously a much smaller package, and installing it is much easier for customers than extracting the ODBC drivers from the standard PostgreSQL installation package The psqlODBC driver package can be found by following the links on the main PostgreSQL web site (wwwpostgresqlorg) From the main web page, click the Downloads link On the Downloads page, click the FTP Browser link to go to the PostgreSQL FTP
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