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Change connection (IP, or Databasename)

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I am using Access as a front-end for postgresql via ODBC.

The postgresql-server is hosted on a separate linux-computer.

I like to change the database on the SQL-server for developing or
change the IP of the connected SQL-server so that the original data wouldn’t
be changed.

Does anybody know a quick and comfortable way to do this. I know the
possibility of importing the whole tables once again but they all have a
header like "public_" which I have than manually to change.

E. Zorn

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Nov 11 '05 #1
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