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Re: Does PSPP works with Windows networks?

From: Ivan de Paula
Subject: Re: Does PSPP works with Windows networks?
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 09:29:01 -0700 (PDT)

Hi John.

Thanks for your reply.

What I want to do is using a database in two computers at the same time,
it's mean that users
could write on in at the same time.


John Darrington-4 wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 12:04:40PM -0700, Ben Pfaff wrote:
>      Ivan de Paula <address@hidden> writes:
>      > My name is Ivan de Paula, I am from Santo Domingo, Dominican
> Republic.
>      > I am interested in using  PSPP for a database created in SPSS, I
> would like
>      > to know
>      > if this software including Windows networking features so this
> database
>      > could be accessed for 
>      > more than a user at the same time.
>      PSPP doesn't have special features for that.
> However, depending on exactly what you mean by "database", you may not
> need any
> special fetaures.   
> If you mean a system file PSPP can access network files just like any
> other files.  Of
> course if two users try to write to the same file, you will need to take
> precautions
> against data loss, but reading from the same file should work without
> problem.
> If however by "database" you mean a relational database, then PSPP
> currently can access
> only Postgres databases.  ODBC is not yet supported.
> J'
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