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Re: locale in postgresql

From: "Oliver Elphick" <olly(at)lfix(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Cc: Tamas Nyitrai <defiant(at)telnet(dot)hu>
Subject: Re: locale in postgresql
Date: 1998-12-13 01:15:26
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Tamas Nyitrai wrote:
[in relation to 6.3.2, where this happens:
  test=> select * from test;
  (3 rows)

  test=> select * from test where name like 'a%';
  (0 rows)]

  >The bug with "select" is definitely a locale-bug! If I set the LANG
  >variable and restart the postmaster, then the 'a%' type select fails and
  >the ~'^a' form of select fails as well.
  >If I comment the LANG variable and restart the postmaster then it works
  >fine again. I would like to sort the output according to the Hungarian
  >alphabetic, that is why I need to set LANG to hu_HU. 
  >This "select/locale" thing only happens - as far as I know it - if I use
  >text type fields in a table, but it is OK with char().
Has anyone else seen such a locale-based problem?

I would like to establish whether it is a problem in postgresql or in

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