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#1: PGexpress v4.11 + postgresql 8.4.4

Posted on 2010-08-13 14:25:19 by Victor Hugo

Hi,

Someone uses pgExpress Driver v4.11 with postgresql 8.4.4?

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#2: Re: [ADMIN] PGexpress v4.11 + postgresql 8.4.4

Posted on 2010-08-13 14:28:00 by James Skinner

Les Miserables was a great novel. Poor Cosette...

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>
> Someone uses pgExpress Driver v4.11 with postgresql 8.4.4?
>
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#3: Re: [ADMIN] PGexpress v4.11 + postgresql 8.4.4

Posted on 2010-08-13 14:28:00 by James Skinner

Les Miserables was a great novel. Poor Cosette...

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 8:25 AM, Victor Hugo <vh.clemente@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Someone uses pgExpress Driver v4.11 with postgresql 8.4.4?
>
> --
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#4: Re: PGexpress v4.11 + postgresql 8.4.4

Posted on 2010-08-13 14:37:25 by Rod

On 13/08/2010 13:25, Victor Hugo wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Someone uses pgExpress Driver v4.11 with postgresql 8.4.4?

Hi there,

Yes, I use it.

Ray.

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#5: Re: PGexpress v4.11 + postgresql 8.4.4

Posted on 2010-08-13 14:37:25 by Rod

On 13/08/2010 13:25, Victor Hugo wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Someone uses pgExpress Driver v4.11 with postgresql 8.4.4?

Hi there,

Yes, I use it.

Ray.

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#6: How do I use Npgsql to connect to a DSN?

Posted on 2010-09-17 23:00:22 by Rob Richardson

Greetings!

I like the layer of independence the use of a DSN gives me. I can run
an application using one database, and then without changing the
application in any way, change the DSN to point to a different database,
and it still works.

I am about to begin developing an application using the Npgsql ADO .Net
provider for PostgreSQL. I tried to specify a DSN in my connection
string, but the parameter name "DSN" was not accepted. Is it not
possible to use a DSN with Npgsql?

Thanks very much!

RobR

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