Windows setup


I'm sorry to bother your for a simple question, but I think it will help a
lot of people and I will do my best to share it with Medical school
librarians and others who will find it very useful. is the repository where the US stores information on
clinical trials. It's a great resource for medical researches and the

They have a method (database version in postgreSQL) to access the data
directly. The instructions are poor and for an unsupported version.

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I got this to work on my windows 7 computer but it took a while and I have
no idea how I finally got it to work on pgadmin4.

I am now struggling to setup the postgresql ODBC driver (64 bit) on my
windows 10 system. I can see the drivers but I can't seem to get a new
connection working. I also could not get pgadmin to work, but the driver
will be better anyway.

If at all possible could you send the specific steps to setup a ODBC driver
on windows 10 that connects to the data source (settings on the link
above). It would be greatly appreciated!

If you are really feeling charitable, it would be amazing if you could
provide the specific steps for pgadmin4 windows 7 and windows 10 as well as
the ODBC driver link to the database for Windows 7 and Windows 10. Send
this information to the Clinical Trails support group (I'm not affiliated
in any way) and see if they can post this information on their website.
This will help thousands of people in many ways. I've already notified them
the info is out of date, but it might take a long time for them to update
it, and your input could speed up the process greatly! They are also copied
on this email.

Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative

<a href="mailto: ... at mc dot"> ... at mc dot</a>
300 W. Morgan St, Suite 800

Durham , North Carolina , 27701-2183 United States

Thanks in advance and have a great day.