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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: Linux Connectivity to Progress

    Hi,

    Has anybody out there tried to connect to a Progress DB from a Linux platform? I have a Progress database running on Solaris that I would like to be able to manipulate from a Linux platform.

    Any ideas or feedback would be appreciated.

    Regards,

  2. #2
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    Re: Linux Connectivity to Progress

    We used Progress v9.1 on Linux extensively in a past life. Worked just fine. Configuring was initially a pain as we had the system setup on 3 servers inside of and in of a DMZ.

    I have no suggestions to make. Presumably you can connect to the Solaris from the Linux box using ssh ? If not, I'd start there.

  3. #3
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    Hi

    That should be no problem. ODBC should be the best course of action for you as you simply install an ODBC client on your Solaris box and depending on which vendor you use, you can either install the Progress client and use a Single-Tier connection or install a Client/Server software to communicate with your database

    HTH
    Emmon Simbo
    OpenLink Software

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