To test boolean values I use:
SELECT * FROM member WHERE weekends='t'
... and it works just fine through the ODBC driver.
(ODBC 6.50, PostgreSQL 7.02).
Hope this helps
> I have a VB5 application which uses ODBC 6.5 (2/4/00) to
> access a Postgresql 7.0.2
> Everything works just fine except for booleans.
> I manually generate the SQL to be sent to the ODBC driver ]
> eg select * from member where weekends
> or select * from member where weekends=true
> but this fails because somewhere in the driver, this is translated to
> select * from member where weekends <> 0 and this causes an error
> because there is no operator to compare bools and integers.
> I have tried with the "bools as char" option on and off with
> no effect.
> I thought that this stuff had been fixed a couple of years
> ago. Did it
> break again or am I just missing something basic?
> How does one make bool tests work ?
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