“I can’t answer this question yet” – was the answer.
All my tests were made using:
Despite the fact that Wine 1.1.13 marked as development version I strongly suggest you to use exactly this release. Because in 1.0.1 there are a lot of visual artefacts, however functionality is stable.
Since Database Designer for PostgreSQL uses Microsoft Data Access Components for its Universal and MS Access Database Reverse Engineering we must install appropriate redistributable runtime libraries:
$sh winetricks jet40 mdac28
jet40 – MS Jet 4.0 Service Pack 8
mdac28 – MS MDAC 2.8: Microsoft ODBC drivers, etc.
After this we already can use application with its full functionality. However, fonts used in Designer appear ridged. To fix this we need to install Microsoft Core Fonts (Arial, Courier, Times etc.), but we need to make sure cabextract utility is present in our system.
In case of Ubuntu we can use the following command to install it:
$sudo apt-get install cabextract
For other distributions it is better to check manuals. To install core fonts we run:
$sh winetricks corefonts
Wine Application Database
By the way, you have a good chance to get a free Personal License. Provide some great examples of using Database Designers and results you got under Wine, and receive a license key for free! If you publish them as an article (in your blog, for example), this is only a big plus. Requirements: created with MicroOLAP software, step by step description (How did you make it?), screenshots of the steps taken.
Write a review of MicroOLAP software and publish it on Wine Application Database web-site. You will get a free Personal License key as a reward.