The patch was in the official builds - grab a snapshot from
http://cvs.pgadmin.org/ in the binaries folder, or try the latest
release from http://www.pgadmin.org.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul [mailto:phaddon(at)mail(dot)formstar(dot)com]
> Sent: 14 November 2002 07:56
> To: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: [pgadmin-support] Data Migration Wizard & FoxPro
> memo - revisited
> A few months back I had a problem with the data in FoxPro
> memo fields not being transferred by the Data Migration Wizard.
> At the time, a patch was entered into CVS. Unfortunately,
> I've moved machines and no longer have the patched version, and
> the problem is reoccuring.
> Did the patch make it into the official builds? If so, I'll
> have to see if there's a problem with the version of ODBC
> on my machine.
> If the patch never made it into the builds, is it possible
> to get it some other way?
> Paul Haddon
> Technical Services Manager
> Formstar Print Technologies
> Original response:
> >I've just spent some time playing with this in the debugger,
> >and it seems that there is something odd about the Foxpro
> >ODBC driver. Basically, the second time a LongVarChar column
> >is accessed, it's value gets set NULL.
> >Anyway, I've committed a fix to CVS to work around this -
> >if you're happy to use development code, you can get the
> >updated binaries from ...
> >(I'd suggest using the 'Download Tarball' link).
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