My client program is developed on C++ & ODBC.
It's a Windows Unicode application.
I'm trying to pass a "varchar" parameter value to a user-defined stored
Each character of this actual parameter value (which ASC code is greater
than 127) is transformed into some two chars.
This value is stored and bound as a non-Unicode string (traditional
C-string) in the program.
So, some conversion happens for these characters.
It seems to me that it's the ODBC driver's intervention.
Is that right?
And how can I avoid this unwanted conversion?
Additional environment info:
OS: Windows XP SP2
PostgreSQL version: "PostgreSQL 8.2.4 on i686-pc-mingw32, compiled by
GCC gcc.exe (GCC) 3.4.2 (mingw-special)"
ODBC driver version: PostgreSQL Unicode 8.02.04.00
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