On Monday 12 April 2004 20:48, Lothar Behrens wrote:
> > On Wednesday 07 April 2004 19:58, Lothar Behrens wrote:
> > 2. You are updating something (you don't say what)
> I am updating a char column. It does not that, what is intended.
> > You are having a problem (you don't say what)
> It simply writes an empty char into the database - not my sample text.
> > 3. You are using SuSe
> > You have the latest version of something (you don't say what) from
> > their
> > website
> I mean your source code. I have downloaded it from Gborg web site.
> I can compile it and install, but it doesn't work properly.
Do you mean the psql-odbc project:
I wasn't aware it was intended for anything other than Windows. What ODBC
manager are you using under SuSe?
> I have figured out, that if I set the windows ODBC configuration
> to debug all things, then it works properly.
Is the problem with a client on Windows/SuSe or both?
> After that, I tried to do the same under linux. No success.
> I think, I have a very stange problem in my memory handling or
> something like alignment. The code itself works - as I have seen.
> Do you have an ODBC test application that runs under linux and
> windows ?
Your best bet is to turn on logging at the client (odbc) end, and statement
logging at the PostgreSQL end. That usually helps me identify where my
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