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From: amir <amir(at)binaryreef(dot)com>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: \n converted to \r\n
Date: 2004-09-29 23:58:28
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I'm currently running version 07_03_0200 of the Insight Distribution Systems
PostgreSQL Driver for windows.  when I retrieve col1 string from the
database using:  "SELECT * FROM MyTable WHERE col1='hello\n'"  the value
returned for col1 through the driver is "hello\r\n", and I want it to be as
it is stored in the database ('hello\n" with no \r).  Is this a
configuration issue?  If so, where can I change the configuration to ensure
that this conversion won't happen?  


Thanx in advance for your help, amir



This is a mailing list thread I ran across that had the same problem.  I
tried contacting Byron, but his email is no longer valid: 


Date: Fri, 09 Apr 1999 18:46:00 -0400
From: Byron Nikolaidis <byronn(at)insightdist(dot)com>
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] ODBC Driver v06-40-0005
Sam O'Connor wrote:
> Hi,
> I think I found another problem.
> When selecting type text from tclodbc using pgodbc and postgres I was
> loosing
> one character off the start of the string for every newline in
> contained.
> When copy_and_conver_field processes selected text fields it converts cr
> to cr/lf. (why?)
Actually, its LF to CR/LF when going from the database to odbc.  When going
other way (odbc->database), it converts CR/LF to LF.   The reason is for
Microsoft from what I remember.  It might have even been in the odbc spec (I
can't quite remember).   It probably shouldn't do it if its being run on
> When data_left is set how ever it uses the original length.
> I changed this:
>         stmt->bindings[stmt->current_col].data_left = strlen(value);
> To this:
>         stmt->bindings[stmt->current_col].data_left = strlen(ptr);
> Now it works!
Good Job, you found a bug alright!   It should be strlen(ptr).  When I
it, I didn't have newlines so it worked ok.
I'll put it in for the next release.



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