"Gary Kenney" <gary(dot)kenney(at)xerox(dot)com> writes:
> Description: PreparedStatement#executeUpdate gets syntax error on
> The value that was assigned via PreparedStatement.setString, was "Gary's
> Document". Note the apostrophe. Without the apostrophe, there is no error.
Right offhand I would guess that you are using an old JDBC driver that
isn't prepared for standard_conforming_strings to be turned on.
If that isn't it, I'd suggest asking for help on the pgsql-jdbc mailing
list; I'm not sure how many of those guys read pgsql-bugs.
regards, tom lane
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