I am not sure if this a bug report or a feature request.
When I compiles postgres I changed the NAMEDATALEN #DEFINE to 64 ( a more
reasonable length for object names IMHO). So far it has not caused any
problems with postgres but it is causing problems with the ODBC driver.
When I attempt to attach any table who has a long object name or an
associated index with a long name it causes an error message and does not
connect. It seems like it's returning a null or an empty sting or something.
There was talk a while ago about Postgres changing NAMEDATALEN a while back
so this might become more important if the official disto gets changed.
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