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day_armstrong
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 11:03 pm    Post subject: ODBC (unixODBC) Reply with quote

hi... OK, i've got another question. Now, I'm on Linux. (It's been a few months now since migrating from windows Very Happy). IN windows I can create ODBC connection for my access database file. How can I do this for openOffice base? Where can I find a driver for it (for Linux)?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:34 am    Post subject: Re: ODBC (unixODBC) Reply with quote

day_armstrong wrote:
hi... OK, i've got another question. Now, I'm on Linux. (It's been a few months now since migrating from windows Very Happy). IN windows I can create ODBC connection for my access database file. How can I do this for openOffice base? Where can I find a driver for it (for Linux)?


You can't. There is no Access ODBC driver on Linux AFAIK.

You can have read access to your MSAccess DB using the provided driver, but I don't think that writing works yet (I might be wrong here, you're going to have to try for yourself).

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