GRASS: 6.4.0: where is the postgresql (pg) driver?
wenheping at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 15:53:00 UTC 2011
2011/3/7 O. Hartmann <ohartman at zedat.fu-berlin.de>:
> I desperately try to connect to a PostgreSQL DB server using GRASS (6.4.0 as
> from the recent ports). The documentation of GRASS, even the most recent
> one, reports using the 'driver=pg' option. Having already set up a database
> in PostgreSQL (server 9.0.4), the admin user properly specified is capable
> to connect from console (terminal) or pgadmin3 client. But using GRASS, only
> 'dbf', 'sqlite' and 'ogr' as drivers are offered. I tried to figure out
> whether 'ogr' could cover postgresql connects, but there isn't any
> information about that, not even in GRASS' documentation (I haven't found
> any yet).
> I suspect the 'pg'-driver isn't correctly included in GRASS so I'd like to
> ask someone already has used PostgreSQL as the DB backend for GRASS GIS.
It is obviously pg-driver was not correctly included in grass ports,
there is even no PGSQL macro in plist :)
I shall try to fix it tomorrow.
> Thanks in advance.
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