Kevin Colagio (kevin(dot)colagio(at)usa(dot)xerox(dot)com) reports a bug with a severity of 2
The lower the number the more severe it is.
Field Separator setting not used.
(This is major because I have about 20 scripts that I would have to modify to get this to work...and I don't think I am the only one who uses this functionality.)
I have scripts that call the following:
psql -t -q -d servicedesk -F '###' -c "select * from users"
The output should be along the lines of:
Which is then parsed by a perl program...but instead, it comes up as:
abc123 | Kevin | Colagio | 820 | 209 | x56469
I have also tried:
\pset fieldsep ###
And that doesn't work either. It responds as if it accepts it, but doesn't use it when printing out.
The OS is Solaris 2.8 and the version of PostgreSql is 7.0.2 .
Anything else I can help with, let me know.
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