ODBC and Kerberos

Finally got around to testing the new ODBC version for Kerberos support, and I'm happy to report it works perfectly and requires no hacks to install.

To use it, make sure you have a libpq with Kerberos support compiled in (yeah, this means manual build - we're looking into this for 8.1, but no promises yet). Then just set up your data source as you normally would, and skip specifying the password (you must specify a username though). As long as your pg_hba.conf is properly set up, that's all you need.


I speak at and organize conferences around Open Source in general and PostgreSQL in particular.


Stockholm PUG 2016/5
Oct 25, 2016
Stockholm, Sweden
PGConf.EU 2016
Nov 1-4, 2016
Tallinn, Estonia
Berlin PUG
Nov 17, 2016
Berlin, Germany
PGConf.Asia 2016
Dec 2-3, 2016
Tokyo, Japan
FOSDEM + PGDay 2017
Feb 2-4, 2017
Brussels, Belgium


Postgres Vision 2016
Oct 11-13, 2016
San Francisco, USA
Postgres Open
Sep 13-16, 2016
Dallas, USA
Stockholm PUG 2016/4
Aug 31, 2016
Stockholm, Sweden
PG Day'16 Russia
Jul 6-8, 2016
St Petersburg, Russia
PGDay UK 2016
Jul 05, 2016
London, UK
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