i am using PostgreSQL 8.0.3 an ODBC 188.8.131.52 with VisualWorks 7. I am
using a UNICODE database (with the same client connect datatype) and all
works fine because of the result data aspect. It seems, that other than
UNICODE make problems in any case.
Marten Feldtmann wrote:
> I'm trying to use PostgreSQL via ODBC under Windows
> and IBM VisualAge Smalltalk. Normally ODBC works
> pretty well, but I've found two problems with the
> ODBC driver of PostgreSQL, which makes the whole
> thing not working:
> a) All column names are returned from the database
> in lowercase and not in the form the client send
> then when doing the "create table ..." statement.
> Which leads to the problem, that other frameworks
> on top of it do not find their columns do make the
> oo-rdbms mapping stuff.
> b) All strings returned by the ODBC driver are defined
> in a buffer, which is offered to the ODBC subsystem
> as a string doubled in size - though I told the
> databaase NOT to create a UNICODE db.
> An example: a column has the result type char(15). The
> ODBC drivers put the result of this column into a
> memory with a size of 30 characters.
> The ODBC subsystem now thinks: fine - I've a character
> column with size 30 and creates a string 30 characters
> long and one gets 15 corrects characters and 15 "0" (null)
> I've never seen this behaviour with other ODBC drivers
> I've used so far, therefore I think, this is pretty
> strange behaviour.
> I'm using the 8.0.3 database and the 184.108.40.206 drivers.
> Any ideas ???
> Marten Feldtmann
> ---------------------------(end of broadcast)---------------------------
> TIP 1: if posting/reading through Usenet, please send an appropriate
> subscribe-nomail command to majordomo(at)postgresql(dot)org so that your
> message can get through to the mailing list cleanly
In response to
pgsql-odbc by date
|Next:||From: Dave Page||Date: 2005-10-10 08:30:36|
|Subject: Re: Windows, ODBC drivers and strange points ...|
|Previous:||From: Marten Feldtmann||Date: 2005-10-09 11:04:21|
|Subject: Windows, ODBC drivers and strange points ...|