Can you provide the insert statement that inserts this
[mailto:pgsql-jdbc-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Hunter Hillegas
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 11:45 AM
To: PostgreSQL; Postgre JDBC
Subject: [JDBC] JDBC Driver Munging My Text?
We are seeing some strange behavior in our system that uses Postgres
7.1.3 and JDBC. System: Red Hat Linux 7.1/Intel.
Basically what we are seeing is that text stored in a VARCHAR is entered
like this: "hello, how are you" is stored like this: "hello ,how are
you". Notice the space and comma being transposed...
The plot thickens...
This is on a new server. The old server, also running 7.1.3, though
built quite a long time ago, does not exhibit this behavior.
Any ideas? Known bug? Strange config? It is possible that I built the
JDBC driver on the old machine and just copied it to the new machine...
I can't remember but it shouldn't matter, should it?
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