Byron Nikolaidis <byronn(at)insightdist(dot)com> wrote:
> Sferacarta Software wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Seems that ODBC driver have some problems while it translate Access
> > commands.
> > I created a form with a subform joined by two columns.
> > NB: Note that parser translate ("progressivo" = NULL) instead of
> > ("progressivo" IS NULL).
> Yes, the NULL works for parameters of an update statement, where Access would
> specify a statement such as "update table set param = ? where x = 1". But
> it doesn't work in a select statement. I don't think I have much to work
> with here. The statement comes in as something like "select * from table
> where x = ?". I have to replace the ? with something. On updates, 'NULL'
> works fine.
> I'm not sure what to do about this. On other dbms, parameter passing is
> handled through a separate protocol to the backend, usually after a prepare
> statement, so on these its no problem to send a null, or large amounts of
> ascii/binary data, without having to worry about direct substitution into
> the sql string or hitting the upper limit of the statement string. I think
> until Postgres has such as protocol for parameter substitution/passing, it
> will be difficult to fix this problem.
> Any suggestions?
How about subsitution any occurance of /=[ \t]*?/ with "IS NULL". This should
work for both select and update statements.
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