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recompiling with JDBC

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I have a postgres installation on RH8.

I want to connect to this using JDBC. I've installed the driver in
/usr/local/pgsql/share/java and set CLASSPATH.

I think the default configure option does not enable the JDBC interface so
is it possible to recompile and still maintain my original databases?

Thanks,
NK
Nov 11 '05 #1
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Yes you can re-compile any time and your data will remain intact.
Ron

NagitaK wrote:

I have a postgres installation on RH8.

I want to connect to this using JDBC. I've installed the driver in
/usr/local/pgsql/share/java and set CLASSPATH.

I think the default configure option does not enable the JDBC interface so
is it possible to recompile and still maintain my original databases?

Thanks,
NK


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