The JDBC driver does support PreparedStatements and has for a while.
Can you provide more information and preferably a code example showing
the problem you are seeing?
Mariano Kamp wrote:
> Hi there,
> we are developing reporting software and want to support at least one open
> source alternative to oracle. Things were going very smoothly with postgresql
> and the only problem we are facing is the I get an exception stating that
> with the current jdbc driver prepared statements are not supported (yet). Are
> there any plans, probably even kind of time frames, when to support prepared
> Even if postgresql wouldn't support preparing the statement it would be
> nice if it would at least fake it, so that the API can be used. We are
> relying on a third party component, which just can do prepared statements.
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