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Re: MS Access 2000 w/ PGSQL 8.0.x

From: "Jeff Eckermann" <jeff_eckermann(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: MS Access 2000 w/ PGSQL 8.0.x
Date: 2005-08-22 04:19:07
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"Timothy Reed" <tareed(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote in message 
news:dc53e530050819151357b5be95(at)mail(dot)gmail(dot)com(dot)(dot)(dot)
>I am having some issues when trying to query for booleans from Access
> to Postgres 8.0.x.   If I change to use Bools as Chars then I am
> unable to delete from a table with a boolean in it, as postgres cannot
> convert from boolean to char.  If I do not use bools as chars then I
> get  "cache lookup failed for function 0"

When you made the change, did you relink the table(s) affected?  When you 
do, what datatype does Access show for that column?

What query are you using to do the delete?  Is it a Jet or passthrough 
query?

>
> I have followed what the tech docs have recommended to do with adding
> the new msaccessbool function and = operator
> (http://techdocs.postgresql.org/v2/Guides/Using%20Microsoft%20Access%20with%20PostgreSQL/view#55)
>
> But to no avail!
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
>
> ODBC Driver settings:
> Disable Genetic Optimizer: YES
> KSQO: YES
> Recognize Unique Indexes: YES
> Declare/Fetch : NO
> Parse Statements: NO
> Cancel As FreeStmt: NO
> Unknown Sizes: Max
> Text as LongVarChar: YES
> Unknows as LongVarChar: NO
> Bools as Char : NO
> Read Only: NO
> Show System Tables: NO
> LF <-> CR/LF: YES
> Updatable Cursors: NO
> bytea as LO: NO
> Row Versioning: NO
> Disallow Premature: NO
> True as -1: YES
> Server side prepare: NO
>
>
> Table Stucture:
> Column Type
> Employee ID integer
> First Name text
> Last Name text
> Clocker boolean
> Labor Type ID bigint
> PC Handle text
> On Payroll boolean
> Address 1 text
> Address 2 text
> City text
> State text
> Zip Code text
> Hire Date timestamp without time zone
> Pay Type text
> Status text
> Pay Rate Old money
> Social Security text
> Phone Number text
> Shift Start text
> Shift End text
> Sign Off boolean
> Hire Date Temp timestamp without time zone
> Stop Date Temp timestamp without time zone
> Stop Date timestamp without time zone
> Rehire Date timestamp without time zone
> Continuous Date timestamp without time zone
> Direct Labor boolean
> Agency boolean
> Active boolean
> Agency2 boolean
> Payroll ID bigint
> EMail text
> ADP Employee ID integer
>
>
> SQL STATEMENT:
>
> SELECT "public"."Employees"."Employee ID" FROM "public"."Employees"
> WHERE NOT ("Active" = 0)  ORDER BY "public"."Employees"."Last Name"
> ,"public"."Employees"."First Name";
>
>
> RESULT:
> ERROR:  cache lookup failed for function 0
>
>
> TIA,
>
> -- 
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>
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>
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