"Unmesh Churi" <churi(at)roguewave(dot)com> writes:
> Thanks Tom. I used to rely on the PQftype() to determine if the OIDs
> stored in that result field are pointing to large objects or not. If
> they are large objects, I used to fetch them using lo_* API.
> Now since PQftype() returns type oid for type lo columns, how will I
> identify if a result column contains large objects or not?
Do you need to identify that? What other use-case has your application
got for fetching OID columns?
regards, tom lane
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