It's rumoured that Markus Donath once said:
> Hello Dave,
> turning on the bug tracker sounds like a good idea.
On the overwhelming response of 1 vote I've turned it on :-)
> i think at the main focus should be on producing a stable version of
> the postgresql odbc driver.
> the last official release (07_03_0200) did not run stable in a
> multithreaded environment (like MS IIS5.0).
> i have posted a few bug-reports and there have been some patches
> addressing these issues since the 07_03_0200-release.
> if i find the time to test the current build i'll post the results, but
> my company already thinks about switching to a different database
> because of the stability issues.
Hmm, that's not good. Did the patches get applied? Do we simply need a
point release to get over your immediate problem?
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