Recently I found the case that NOTICE causes an error in ODBC
while examining Kristis' error report.
It seems that NOTICE had never been the cause of SQL_ERROR
before Zoltan's change about a year ago. Before his change *NOTICE*
only caused a PGRES_NONFATAL_ERROR and SC_execute()
returned SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO. However currently *ERROR*
also causes a PGRES_NONFATAL_ERROR and SC_Execute()
Why was this changed ?
I'd like to put it back if there's no reason.
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