Martin Schenk (martin(at)schenk(dot)com) reports a bug with a severity of 2
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ODBC driver problem with internal type PG_TYPE_TIMESTAMP_NO_TMZONE
When binding a column with the internal type PG_TYPE_TIMESTAMP_NO_TMZONE to a SQL_C_TIMESTAMP variable, you always get the current date/time as result.
Adding a line to recognize this format to the function "copy_and_convert_field" in odbc/convert.c solves this problem.
the problem is solved by adding the following:
+ case PG_TYPE_TIMESTAMP_NO_TMZONE
in file convert.c (line 428), function "copy_and_convert_field"
(odbc driver shipped with postgres-7.2.1)
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