open source linux -> windows database connectivity?
tschmidt at sacfoodcoop.com
Fri Nov 13 02:50:20 CET 2009
>Note: The client part of this product is free. You only need to
>get a license for the server part.
Yeah, but don't I need the server part to make the connection?
Would it be possible to use Jython and the Pervasive JDBC driver for
On Nov 12, 2:56 pm, "M.-A. Lemburg" <m... at egenix.com> wrote:
> Tony Schmidt wrote:
> > I am trying to read a Pervasive database on a Windows machine from a
> > Python script on a Linux machine.
> > I understand that this can be done with a proprietary ODBC-to-ODBC
> > bridge called mxODBC or Easysoft OOB.
> The product is called "mxODBC Connect" and allows connecting from
> Python (running on pretty much any major platform) to a Windows
> or Linux server running the database:
> Note: The client part of this product is free. You only need to
> get a license for the server part.
> Alternatively, you can also our mxODBC single-tier product with
> the Pervasive ODBC driver available for Linux:
> Marc-Andre Lemburg
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