Jose' Cruanyes wrote:
> On Apr 4, 2004, at 7:04 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
> > "Jose' Cruanyes" <cruanyes(at)cegroup(dot)it> writes:
> >> select * from table1 where ctid = '(,)';
> >> [ works on some machines and not others ]
> > I would argue that the ODBC driver is broken and needs to be fixed,
> > as does the TID input parser which should never allow this ...
> > However, the reason for the platform dependency is probably that
> > strtoul() is setting errno on some machines and not othe
> since strtoul() should return 0 on an empty string, I think it will be
> safe to change the instances of '(,)' to '(0,0)' in the driver source
> code, even if it's not too clear to me what it does...
> I've found three, two on "convert.c" and one on "results.c"
> now if some one can put the changes upstream...
Has this been fixed in ODBC CVS?
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