"Also sprach Tom Lane:"
> "Peter T. Breuer" <ptb(at)inv(dot)it(dot)uc3m(dot)es> writes:
> > But can I prepare a DECLARE x BINARY CURSOR FOR SELECT ... statement?
> > The manual seems to say no.
> No, you just prepare the SELECT. At the protocol level, DECLARE CURSOR
> is a tad useless. You can still fetch the data in binary if you want...
How? It's a 7.4 server (or may be, more generally) and declare binary
cursor is the only way I know to get binary data off it. AFAIR the only
other way works only for an 8.* server and consists of sending the query
with an annotation that a binary reply is expected.
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