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8.0.3 parse errors where 7.x was ok

From: Nick Johnson <pgsql(at)spatula(dot)net>
To: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: 8.0.3 parse errors where 7.x was ok
Date: 2005-08-09 23:53:40
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Lists: pgsql-jdbc
I'm getting a new exception when upgrading to Postgres 8.0.3 with the JDBC 
drivers it builds:

java.sql.SQLException: ERROR: parse error at or near "$1"

This is happening with the following bit of code:

     105         try {
     106             s = c.prepareStatement("select now() - interval ?");
     107             s.setString(1, "7 days");
     108             ResultSet r = s.executeQuery();

The driver was built from postgresql-jdbc-8.0-311.src using the FreeBSD 
port on FreeBSD 5.4 with Java 1.4.2-p7.

Using the older jar built for postgresql-7.3.4 works fine.

Is this syntax no longer supported?


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