On Sun, 18 May 2008, Daniel Migowski wrote:
> The command SET client_encoding = 'UTF8'
> throws an exception in the driver, because the driver expects UNICODE.
This has been discussed before and the problem is that there are a too
many ways to say UTF8 . You can say UTF8, UTF-8, UTF -- 8, and so on.
Perhaps we should strip all spaces and dashes prior to comparison?
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