looks a very promising tool for sql newbies, i have seen so many people asking for a ms-access alternative, it this seems to be just that. In this forum i found one question about it, unanswered. I will try again, for this program deserves some attention.
I cannot get it started, my bash complains about a lot of syntax errors in the file pgaccess.env file. I have installed exactly according the instructions quoted here,
In order to run PgAccess on a Unix workstation you should follow the following steps:
download and install a Tcl/Tk package from http://www.scriptics.com
(8.0.x or greater)
install PgAccess package
install the libpgtcl package
check if your Unix box is able to see your database server (ping your_database_server)
ask your database administrator to verify if your box has access rights to the database (pg_hba.conf)
You should be able to run PgAccess.
If there is any problem, check the enviroment variables set in the ~/.pgaccess.env file.
some bash complaints :
[rob@localhost rob]$ pgaccess test
/usr/X11R6/bin/pgaccess: line 26: windows: command not found
/usr/X11R6/bin/pgaccess: line 27: puts: command not found
/usr/X11R6/bin/pgaccess: line 28: syntax error near unexpected token `}'
/usr/X11R6/bin/pgaccess: line 28: ` }'
Does this file recognise its on a linux-box, for that is what i believe the first part of it to be about ?
Any help would be nice.