George Weaver <gweaver(at)shaw(dot)ca> writes:
> Faulting application test.exe, version 1.0.1813.27448, faulting module
> psqlodbc.dll, version 18.104.22.168, fault address 0x0002001f.
Certainly psqlodbc should be the first target of suspicion --- although
it's possible this is caused by your code passing bad parameters to
psqlodbc. In any case the ODBC guys can help you out better than anyone
> Would this be an issue arising within my application? Is it a psqlodbc =
> bug and should it be directed to the pgsqlodbc project as a bug? The =
> Microsoft event log seems to point at psqlodbc but the database log =
> seems to point at the application.
The database server can't tell the difference between psqlodbc and your
application code --- it's all "that stuff at the other end of the TCP
connection" to the server.
regards, tom lane
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