The following bug has been logged online:
Bug reference: 2193
Logged by: Andras Got
Email address: andrej1981(at)gmail(dot)com
PostgreSQL version: 8.0.4, 8.1.1
Operating system: FreeBSD and Linux
Description: INITCAP and LOWER/UPPER string conversion error
I'm trying to select with LOWER/UPPER and INITCAP but they return bad values
after hungarian accentuated letters (e.g: ). The bad is
value is a capital letter. This makes almost impossible to compare strings
from an input with ones in the table. Also LOWER returns a big capital
letter for the first letter of the word. UPPER doesn't really converts some
chars to uppercase, e.g: , , .
I'd like to something like this with PHP:
"SELECT id FROM table WHERE LOWER(name) = '".strtolower($name)."';
I tried with LATIN2 encoding and the same happened.
The first capital letter probleml looks like to be solved, but the
accentuated letter problem still exists.
Thank you for your time,
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