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ODBC will not be supported by Microsoft in the future

Microsoft will be doing away with the OLEDB to ODBC bridge in the near
future.
So anything that is using ODBC thru ADO or OLEDB, it might be time to see if
a native OLEDB driver exist for the datasource that you are dealing with.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...deprecated.asp

This will also mean that a native OLEDB solution will be needed for
Postgresql also.

Just a heads up when you're planning your connectivity strategy.

Thanks

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