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Re: postgresql-8.2-504.jdbc4.jar and backslash

From: Altaf Malik <mmalik_altaf(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: roman <xroot(at)mail(dot)ru>, pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: postgresql-8.2-504.jdbc4.jar and backslash
Date: 2007-05-07 07:20:22
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You are using wrong escape characters. \\ is java escape character, which in turn becomes \ so your String becomes:
UPDATE "table1" SET  "field1"='f:\temp' 
And when you fetch the data, f:\temp becomes f:    emp
because \t is an escape sequence for tab. 
Using escape characters, \\ should be written as \\\\ which will convert to \\

--Altaf Malik

roman <xroot(at)mail(dot)ru> wrote:       Hello.
 I use this jar driver for connection to postgresql  8.2.3-1 in Windows XP.
 In my database I use UFT8 codepage. 
 I need to save some filepath in some character  varying(255) field in table1.
 That path looks like this: f:\temp
 in String class like this: "f:\\temp";
 I try to execute following SQL  statement:
 UPDATE "table1" SET  "field1"='f:\\temp'
 in String object it looks like: "UPDATE \"table1\"  SET \"field1\"='f:\\temp'".
 After statement executed I get on SELECT  folowing:
 f:<tab symbol>emp
 Why? There were two back slashes!!!

 When I try to execute that update statement in  pgAdminIII everything is OK!!!
 Please, help me to decide this problem. How can I  save filepath with backslashes?

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