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From:Ed Carp Date:March 26 1999 6:07am
Subject:Re: MyODBC and Alpha Five
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>Has anybody figured out how to configure Alpha Five for use with MySQL?
>If not, can MySQL server or the ODBC driver be modified to accept the table
>names in bracketed form?

This would not be advisable, since this would, in all likelihood, violate
ANSI SQL.  Since the product is using brackets to enclose tables, I would
guess that the database they use is really Microsoft Access.  Knowing that,
you might want to try and go into the actual database, create a link to a
MySQL table, then tell Alpha Five to use the linked table, letting the ODBC
driver translate the Access query into something that MySQL can understand.

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Re: MyODBC and Alpha FiveEd Carp26 Mar