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From: Tatsuo Ishii <t-ishii(at)sra(dot)co(dot)jp>
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2001 7:58 PM
> > 3) Is there a way to query available encodings in PostgreSQL for display in
> > pgAdmin.
> > Is it a planned feature in PostgreSQL 7.2? This would be nice if it existed.
> > Example: function pg_available_encodings -> SQL-ASCII;UNICODE;EUC-JP etc...
> Currently no. But it would be easy to implement such a function. What
> comes in mind is:
> pg_available_encodings([INTEGER how]) RETURNS setof TEXT
> where how is
> 0(or omitted): returns all available encodings
> 1: returns encodings in backend
> 2: returns encodings in frontend
3: returns encodings of both backend and frontend
Why both? To compare and match upon the need.
If by 0 (ALL) you meant the same, then please ignore my comment.
My question is now how many BE's/FE's would you return encodings for?
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