"Vincent D'Haene" <vincent_dhaene(at)hotmail(dot)com> writes:
> My problem is that it seems that in postgresql you can't use a parameter bound to BYTEA data in the WHERE clause of the SQL statement.
The above claim is nonsense.
> So in my case: "SELECT x FROM T WHERE BinData = ?" does not work (return code -1) if the parameter bound to the ? is of type BYTEA.
I'm guessing that you've got an ODBC problem. That could be a bug in
your code, or less likely a bug in the ODBC driver you're using.
Since you haven't specified which driver or which version of the driver
you're using, nor provided a test case to run, it's difficult for anyone
else to investigate it.
regards, tom lane
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