Mark Lewis <mark(dot)lewis(at)mir3(dot)com> wrote:
> > You don't generally need to escape your strings if you're using
> > PreparedStatements.
> The only exception to this rule is backslashes and (when using LIKE) the
> '%' and '_' characters. Although if you're running 8.2 and turn the
> standard_conforming_strings setting ON then you don't need to worry
> about backslashes.
That sounds confusing.
I always thought that the Strings that I set with setString() don't
have to be escaped at all, the Driver will handle it transparently (by
either escaping for V2 protocol, or using BIND with the appropriate
But, of course, when I have a String Literal in the source, I need to
add a layer of Java escaping for ", \, and some others.
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