Sebastien FLAESCH <sf(at)4js(dot)com> writes:
> - I can use UTF-8 string constants in my queries.
> - I can pass UTF-8 data to the database with parameterized queries.
> - I can fetch UTF-8 data from the database.
> - I can create db object names with UTF-8 characters.
> But the db object names must be specified with double quotes:
> When I do not use quoted db object names, I get a strange problem.
> The table is created, I can use it in my program, I can even use it in the
> pgAdmin query tool, but in the pgAdmin db browser, there is no table name
> displayed in the treeview...
That sounds like a pgAdmin bug. You should report it in the pgAdmin
regards, tom lane
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