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Re: BUG #5761: In 'dblink' function connection string truncated

From: queej <dqj(at)quinn-jacobs(dot)org>
To: pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: BUG #5761: In 'dblink' function connection string truncated
Date: 2010-11-29 16:31:33
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On Nov 29, 10:50 am, d(dot)(dot)(dot)(at)authentrics(dot)com (queej) wrote:
> Yes, it causes an error for me since it truncates the connection string in
> the middle of the username, omitting the password altogether.  I must be
> missing something; I can't understand what my alternative is but to call the
> dblink(text,text) function with a connection string and a SQL statement.

I should have mentioned that my dblink() calls are within views, so I
cannot do a two-step process of dblink_connect() followed by a
dblink().

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