I've posted in pgsql-general... I think the moment they read ODBC their eyes
glazed over. :) Perhaps y'all might have an idea for me.
I'm tring to send a chunk of data to the postgresql backend via ODBC...
Here's a table:
CREATE TABLE testtable (
value2 varchar(10)) WITH OIDS;
I'm trying to execute this a query with this intent...
"COPY testtable FROM stdin USING DELIMITERS '|';" + chr(10) +
"1|Test1" + chr(10) +
"2|Test2" + chr(10) +
"3|Test3" + chr(10) +
"4|Test4" + chr(10) +
"\." + chr(10)
Of course, this SQL statement does not work... :) I have no idea how to harness
the power of COPY without creating a file on the machine's filesystem for it to
read from, or piping the data into psql from the command line. INSERTS of the
same data go at about 1-2 per second. That gets costly if I'm doing 5000
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