Ed Loehr <eloehr(at)austin(dot)rr(dot)com> writes:
> The problem is occurring with a database that was restored with psql
> from a pg_dump (6.5.2).
> If I dump the problem table, then drop/recreate it with my original
> table creation commands, and then reload with only the insert commands
> from the pg_dump'ed file, it reloads and allows updating of the float
> field without a problem.
OK. Almost certainly, the data in the table is of no consequence;
the table schema is what matters. What are your original table
creation commands, and what does pg_dump emit?
regards, tom lane
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