Richard Broersma Jr wrote:
> --- On Fri, 11/30/07, Greg Cocks <gcocks(at)stoller(dot)com> wrote:
>> Using a MS product? Is this *maybe* related to the same
>> 'issue' with
>> NULLs from PostgreSQL to MS products i.e., in the
>> file, turning 'transform_null_equals' to
>> Likely not, but thought I would put it out there... :-)
>> .. DEFAULT '-infinity', ...
> I should probably clarify what I am seeing.
> I have a table that has a time stamp field. The timestamp fields have two special values in postgres:
> 'infinity' which implies '+infinity'
> and '-infinity'
ODBC doesn't have such a concept.
> when I create a recordset of records that have the value 'infinity' in the timestamp field all is well. The client side timestamp displays '9999-12-31 .... '.
Though I have no confidence, I'm doing so.
Do you think it is an appropriate handling ?
> However, when I try to create a recordset that has field that contains the '-infinity' values I get an error message.
How do you think the driver should treat -infinity ?
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