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  1. #1
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    Jul 2003
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    Unanswered: Pg access crash down

    Hi,
    Pg access have crash down and now it's impossible to open it.
    I have delete pg access and try to install it but the same errors appear...

    So I think there is some configure file that have errors but i don'y know here that file could be?

    If some one could help me please...
    Thanks
    Greg.

    the massage said :

    unmatched open brace in list while executing
    "array set Conn [read $fid[file size $file]]"
    (procedure "Connections::load" line 24)
    invoked from within
    "Connecions::load"(proedure "init" line 153)
    invoked from within
    "init $argc $argv"
    ((file E:\pgaccess\pgaccess.tcl" line 817)

  2. #2
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    Re: Pg access crash down

    Originally posted by greg_ggl
    Hi,
    Pg access have crash down and now it's impossible to open it.
    I have delete pg access and try to install it but the same errors appear...

    So I think there is some configure file that have errors but i don'y know here that file could be?

    If some one could help me please...
    Thanks
    Greg.

    the massage said :

    unmatched open brace in list while executing
    "array set Conn [read $fid[file size $file]]"
    (procedure "Connections::load" line 24)
    invoked from within
    "Connecions::load"(proedure "init" line 153)
    invoked from within
    "init $argc $argv"
    ((file E:\pgaccess\pgaccess.tcl" line 817)
    That is not a config file problem, the error you see there is the actual source code of PgAcess, which is written in Tcl/TK.

    I also could not make PgAcess 2 work with Postgres 7.3, only works with 7.2. If that is your case, look for phpPgAdmin, it will create a website that can administrate your postgresql database.

    Or better, use psql

    If you really really need a graphical interface, and you are using Postgre 7.3 or later, use a Windows machine with PgAdmin 2 (look up on google) and an ODBC connection to your Linux database...

    Hope this helps...

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