To satisfy everyones curiosity why don't you try sending us the output
of the following command from your local machine...
$ psql -h REMOTEHOSTNAME -U USERNAME -c 'SELECT version();' DBNAME
This will access the remote database DBNAME in much the same way as the
On Thu, 2002-12-19 at 02:55, Carlos Correia wrote:
> i am sure the db is version 7.2.2
> Thanks anyway,
> Fernando Nasser wrote:
> > Carlos Correia wrote:
> >> Dave Cramer wrote:
> >>> Carlos,
> >>> Is this a new message today, or one from yesterday?
> >> Dave,
> >> It is the same messge, but as I think that everyone is
> >> misunderstooding the problem, I'll try to resume it:
> >> 1. I don't know why the driver reports version 6.5.2, as I don't have
> >> such a version.
> > The JDBC driver receives the version from the database backend when
> > connecting and that is what is printed by the
> > getDatabaseProductVersion() function. There is no way it can generate
> > a 6.x.x version number by itself.
> > You _must_ be connecting to a 6.5.2 backend.
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