secun at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 25 17:26:06 CET 2003
Thank you for your help.
What I'm hearing though, is that there isn't an open source way to write an application for
both Linux and Windows and have it access an MS-SQL server. Is this true?
mxODBC requires a license and PDO appears to require mxODBC to run. (I work for a company and
the program would be developed for internal use.)
Is there another opportunity I'm missing?
In article <MPG.1a2c0719a0bb546f98968c at news2.atlantic.net>, secun at yahoo.com says...
> I've written a database (Access mdb) front-end using Python/wxpython/and
> ADO. However, the scope of the project has changed and I need to access
> the same data on an MSSQL server. Also, the front-end needs to be cross-
> platform (Windows and Linux).
> Does anyone have any suggestions on what database connectivity I should
> use? I've looked at mxODBC and wxODBC briefly, but am not sure what is
> the best way to go.
> BTW, although I would love to move away from the MSSQL server, that's
> not going to change.
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