Hello dear developers,
SET client_encoding = 'UTF8'
throws an exception in the driver, because the driver expects UNICODE. I
understand exceptions for other encodings, but this is IMHO a must have.
Out database scripts should contain this line at the beginning, to be
able to dump them manually into the server, and which is actually more
correct than a line that sets the encoding to 'UNICODE'.
Thanks in advance and with best regards,
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