From: Josef Springer [mailto:Josef(dot)Springer(at)JOOPS(dot)COM]
Sent: 10 November 2005 09:13
To: Dave Page
Subject: Re: [ODBC] Snapshot 08.01.0006 available for testing
my general situation is:
We developed and distribute a standard BPM-System. The
documentation for the user describes how to load and install PostgreSQL.
We must make the steps to use PostgreSQL easy as much as possible ! To
write "load PostgreSQL 8.0.1 and ODBC driver 7...." seems to fussy for
me. How are the plans of the community ? Will a version be distributed
with a working ODBC driver for UNICODE ?
p.s. The standard distribution 8.0.1 works on Windows-XP
platforms without fine. The encoding problems arise on w2k platforms
As far as I'm aware you are the only person seeing such a problem with
the driver - ever since we went back to having two seperate drivers, all
the encoding related complaints vanished overnight.
Perhaps you could expand on the details of your environment a little.
What encoding is used on your clients? What about the server?
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