The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 3732
Logged by: George Woodman
Email address: georgew(at)computerspecialists(dot)co(dot)za
PostgreSQL version: 8.2.5
Operating system: Windows 2000
Description: Select returns 0 rows for varchar field
I created a table with the following specs.
CREATE TABLE user_control
uci character varying(10) NOT NULL,
ucname character varying(20),
ucpwd character varying(10),
ucrole character varying(20),
CONSTRAINT user_control_pkey PRIMARY KEY (uci)
ALTER TABLE user_control OWNER TO postgres;
GRANT ALL ON TABLE user_control TO postgres;
I have 2 records with the following details:
When I try to retrieve this record with the following statement from a
ASP.Net (VB) app I get no rows returned.
Select * from user_control where uci = 'george'
However this statement works.
Select * from user_control where uci = '1234567890'
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