I recommend that you turn logging on either on the ODBC side or on the server side, and see exactly what you are sending as a query.
Also, try to send the exact query you would be making from your applicatio via PSQL or pgAdmin and see the results.
Browsing a table is not fgoing to trigger a constraint. This will happen only if you are inserting/updating/deleting rows.
[mailto:pgsql-odbc-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org]On Behalf Of Geoffrey Clements
Sent: Friday, April 21, 2006 3:29 PM
Subject: [ODBC] Problem inserting with remote views in vfp
I'm in the process of converting a Visual FoxPro application from using local
tables to using a postgresql backend on a Debian box with psqlODBC on Windows
I've set up the database server with the necessary tables containing test data
and using a remote view in VFP I can browse and update data. However when I
insert a row into the view and try to commit the change to the server I get
an error message saying that the null value for the primary key conflicts
with the non-null constraint, however the data that I am inserting is
non-null for the primary key.
Any help would be appreciated as I've run out of ideas on how to fix this.
Geoff Registered Linux user 196308
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