"Mike Landis" <mlandis(at)pnmx(dot)com> writes:
> When I execute the following SQL:
> "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM information_schema.tables WHERE table_name='proxies'"
> in the PGAdmmin 1.10.0, rev 7945-7946 query tool, I get "1" (the correct
> answer). When I run the exact same SQL in a C program, I get a result set
> with one tuple and one field (so far so good), but when I run
> PQgetvalue(resultSet,0,0) I get "0" (wrong answer).
The most likely bet I can think of offhand is that your C program
is connecting to the wrong database.
> Am I missing something? You can't do squat in a client program without
> PQgetvalue(). Is any sort of regression test being run against libpq
libpq is exercised probably hundreds of millions of times a day,
regards, tom lane
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