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From:Pat Sherrill Date:April 18 1999 10:01am
Subject:Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???
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Sorry, but to the best of my recollection, it's one DSN to one database.  In
Windows, the DSN basically gives you another way to find your ODBC
configuration for a given connection in what is intended to be a consistent
manner, no real magic here.  You can, of course have multiple tables within
that database.  What exactly are you trying to achieve?

Pat...

----- Original Message -----
From: Stephen Bognar <protokol@stripped>
To: <myodbc@stripped>
Sent: Sunday, April 18, 1999 5:33 AM
Subject: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???


Is it possible to have one ODBC DSN to handle all of the databases on a
particular MySQL server?  If so, how do you set this up in the ODBC Data
Source Administrator, and how do you specify which database you want to use
durring your ODBC session.


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One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Stephen Bognar18 Apr
  • Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Pat Sherrill18 Apr
    • Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Michael Widenius18 Apr
  • RE: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Brian Andrews18 Apr
    • Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Stephen Bognar18 Apr
      • Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Nathan Poole18 Apr
      • Re: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Peter Carter18 Apr
RE: One DSN for multiple databases on a single MySQL server???Dave Appleton18 Apr