Andrus Moor wrote:
> If password set by pgadmin contains \ or ' character, it is not possible to
> login to pgAdmin
> PROBLEM WITH \ character is password
> To reproduce
> 1. Create new login role in pgadmin
> 2. Enter \ to password field.
> 3. Select SQL tab
> CREATE ROLE test LOGIN PASSWORD '\\'
> CREATE ROLE test LOGIN PASSWORD '\'
> Postres does NOT require backslashes in password strings.
> PgAdmin probably uses its qtString for password strings.
AFAIR Dave recently changed that. Please check the CHANGELOG and try a
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