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My mind wanders thinking, "If only we could have some windows proxy that would make this application think that it is writing to the Borland database engine but in fact would be talking to mysql via ODBC on our LINUX server this would work", alas I know this is a dream.
If I could find a POS (Not Piece of S***), that would do what these crappy windows programs do for the cost per license we pay these windows people, just without the proprietary database solutions, that would run on LINUX we would pay for it (whew, ran outa breath on that one). Per seat license is 300 US dollars.
If I had a choice to get out of this system I would in a heart beat. I would set up a LINUX POS and be done. Pay money and all that.
If anyone knows a solution to the data access or just a "complete" POS that is able to work on LINUX, much would be appreciated.