I have recently upgraded from postgresql-7.2x to postgresql-7.3, and also
downloaded the ODBC version psqlodbc-7.01.00.03-src.
My application is running on Solaris, and was running correctly under
However, attempting to run under postgresql-7.3 and the psqlodbc-7.01 appears to
1 - apparently there is a problem with the flag "ksqo", which 7.3 does not
recognize. I found a patch in the archives which apparently just comments out
the SQLExecDirect call which sets the flag. The patch doesn't match the code in
2 - apparently there is a problem in that my database appears to be opened
readonly. Using SQLDirectExec with the string "update MYCOUNTER set CVALUE =
101 where CNAME='USER_ID'" fails with the error message 'Connection is
readonly'. I can issue the same SQL statement from psql successfully. Is there
some other flag that changed?
The client is running on Solaris, not NT.
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