On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 10:18:42 +0000, Andreas Pflug
> Stephen Oberholtzer wrote:
> > I downloaded the latest win32 version - dated 8/17, although the
> > executable was dated 8/15?
> This is correct, the new snapshot includes an old executable, with new docs.
> > However, the little preview window that shows the script to recreate
> > the table gets a teeny little bit overzealous with the quote marks:
> > GRANT SELECT ON TABLE foo TO "\""stevie-o\""";
> Don't enter " in the name field. pgAdmin adds them as required.
I didn't enter " in the name field. The login name is stevie-o.
Because the hyphen is treated as a token separator, the grant
statement (as SQL) needs to look like this:
GRANT SELECT ON TABLE foo TO "stevie-o"
But when pgAdmin3 tries to show the SQL that would recreate table foo,
it appears to be adding two additional pairs of quotation marks.
Real programmers use COPY CON PROGRAM.EXE
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