On 11/08/2011 10:47 AM, 池澤 和憲 wrote:
> Dear Itagaki-san,
> Please, no flames about my bad English.
> Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. It seemed that I gave the
> information about psql.exe error.
> For example, there is the following folder structure.
> Type the folowing command line in a command prompt and I can get the
> error message.
> C:\>psql --file="構築フォルダ\A_TBL.sql" --dbname=testdb
If I recall correctly, in shift-JIS, the backslash does not exist. Its
code point was re-used for the Yen symbol (¥) instead. On Shift-JIS
windows the Yen symbol is used as a path separator.
You will need to use psql in a Unicode command prompt where the
backslash character is available. Alternately you might be able to use ¥
as a directory separator instead, so try:
C:\>psql --file="構築フォルダ¥A_TBL.sql" --dbname=testdb
... or use the UNIX-style path separators that Windows understands and
accepts just fine:
C:\>psql --file="構築フォルダ/A_TBL.sql" --dbname=testdb
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