"Carsten Friedrich" <carsten(at)dtecht(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> I use the following prepared statement:
> final static String SQL= "SELECT " +
> " WHERE " +
> + " AND service_date <= ?" +
> " and service_date > date ? - interval '365 days'; "
The above is broken code, and always has been: the fact that it failed
to malfunction back in 7.4 was purely accidental. You can only use the
syntax "typename literal" with a literal constant. Instead of "date ?"
use "?::date", or if you want to be fully SQL-spec-compliant write it
out as "CAST(? AS date)".
Actually, it'd probably be better to use "date_trunc('day', ?)" anyway,
since that's what you're trying to achieve with the cast.
regards, tom lane
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