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From:Sasha Pachev Date:May 26 1999 4:09pm
Subject:Re: ODBC in WIN 3.11
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Albert Busoms wrote:
> 
> Greetings:
> I have the opportunity to make a program of partners' control for an
> organization and I have thought of putting a server Linux with MySQL. The
> problem is that the stations work low Windows 3.11 and they cannot change
> this. Can I install drivers OBDC for Windows 3.11?
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I have never heard of an ODBC driver for Win 3.x, I
think it is not available although I could be wrong. In
any case, what is it that you are doing that needs an
ODBC driver? There is probably a way to avoid the need.
You can make your application web-based, or if it
absolutely has to be a desktop app, one solution could
be to write a mini query server that will in turn talk
to MySQL and return you the results. Then you can talk
to it from your Win 3.x app.

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Sasha Pachev
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ODBC in WIN 3.11Albert Busoms26 May
  • Re: ODBC in WIN 3.11Sasha Pachev26 May
    • Re: ODBC in WIN 3.11Colin McKinnon27 May