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From:<gunmuse Date:February 13 2005 11:48pm
Subject:A Heartfelt thank you.
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I would just like to say thank you to everyone on the list who helped hunt
down and find quirks while we coded up our latest software.

We are absolutely thrilled with the resulting speed and power of our CMS
software now.  The ability to Optimize peoples websites while still keeping
them dynamic is a huge leap in Search engine optimization.

We are giving away the software for free if you would like to see the final
result download a copy and please give us some comments from your
perspective.

http://www.firebasesoftware.com/firebase_downloads/FB-ReleaseVersion-1-1.zip

Again you have been very helpful and I am sure we finally update our server
to 4.1.8 we will be back with a boat load of questions.  I know we are
interested the sub search functionality of the new MySql.

Thanks
Donny Lairson
President
29 GunMuse Lane
P.O. box 166
Lakewood NM 88254
http://www.gunmuse.com
469 228 2183


-----Original Message-----
From: David Blomstrom [mailto:david_blomstrom@stripped]
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2005 3:18 PM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: Where's my ODBC icon?



--- Andrew Pattison <spam@stripped> wrote:

> <<However, when I double-clicked odbccp32.cpl, I was
> rewarded with
> something similar to what I got before.>>
>
> Not sure what you are looking for then. The myODBC
> driver should not need configuring, beyond setting
> up data sources, which is exactly what the control
> panel applet does for you. There is no program to
> launch - you configure a data source to allow you to
> access data, then use your ODBC-capable program to
> connect to that data source.
>
> Start up the ODBC applet and change to the "System
> DSN" tab. Next, add a new data source which uses the
> myODBC driver to connect to the database you want to
> access via ODBC. Once you have done this, you can
> then connect to the data source from your
> ODBC-capable program using the name of the data
> source.

OK, now I understand it a little better. My ultimate
goal is to extract some data from some GIS files and
import them into MySQL. So it looks like I'm going to
be using ODBC to connect a software program called
GeoClient (which I haven't begun to figure out yet) to
another program called ArcExplorer (which isn't
working for me).

This should be interesting. :)

Thanks.



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Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom13 Feb
  • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?Neculai Macarie13 Feb
    • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom13 Feb
      • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?Peter Brawley13 Feb
        • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom13 Feb
          • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?Andrew Pattison13 Feb
            • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom13 Feb
              • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?Andrew Pattison13 Feb
                • Re: Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom13 Feb
                  • A Heartfelt thank you.gunmuse14 Feb
  • RE: Where's my ODBC icon?Osvaldo Sommer14 Feb
RE: Where's my ODBC icon?David Blomstrom14 Feb