As I have connected to postgres from MS Access, it thrown the error.
Now I have updated ODBC driver, still same problems comes for 9.1 and not
for 9.0. There should be some thing that has changed in 9.1 release which
prevents from auto-conversion of format of date from client to server.
>From package I have installed postgres 9.1 using EnterpriseDB one click
ODBC driver has version 188.8.131.52
Should I file a bug for this?
C P Kulkarni
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 7:42 PM, Adrian Klaver <adrian(dot)klaver(at)gmail(dot)com>wrote:
> On Thursday, September 22, 2011 2:25:40 am c k wrote:
> > It shows error as 'Date/time value out of range' and gives the actual
> > of the sql statement which contains date as the details.
> What program threw the error, Access,ODBC or Postgres?
> > I have installed both databases at different locations on same drive on
> > Fedora 15 and accessing it from Windows Xp virtual machine.
> > And both databases from 9.0. and 9.1 have same structure and and it is
> > found that this problem comes for all date columns for 9.1. There is no
> > such problem for 9.0 at all.
> Define install, from source or package?
> > When same query is executed from PgAdmin it executed successfully for
> > So the error may be in ODBC driver and some things related to date data
> > type may be changed in 9.1.
> What version of the ODBC driver are using?
> FYI, there is a Postgres ODBC list:
> > C P Kulkarni
> Adrian Klaver
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