The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 5135
Logged by: Savita
Email address: savita(dot)halli(at)gmail(dot)com
PostgreSQL version: 8.3.5
Operating system: AIX
Description: sorting order
I have 8.3.5 installed. The sorting order in potsgres would be determined by
I am not passing the value of lc_collate during initdb. initdb takes the
value from locale of the system.
I see that with locale C/en_us and en_US.UTF-8, I get different sort for
same data in particular column of the table.
I would like to know if there is anyway we can get the same sorting order
irreespective of lc_collate value when doing the select query.
If yes, please let me know the select query.
If not, I would like to confirm if lc_collate value is used only for sorting
purpose. If so can I hardcode lc_collate value during initdb? does it affect
anyway the localization support of database.
Thanks in advance
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