The odbc driver for PostgreSQL should have a setting for MaxLongVarcharSize
which defaults to 8190. I think this is the limit you're seeing. Try setting
this configuation option to something larger.
From: Michael Brown [mailto:mikebrowncog(at)yahoo(dot)com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 5:05 PM
Subject: [ODBC] libodbcpsql.so question
This is my *first* message to an open source forum!!
I am trying to port my software from
Windows/ASP/SQLServer to Linux/Chilisoft/Postgres. (I
cannot use mysql because it doesn't have subselects.)
The Linux server I am using has Redhat 7.2 and
The ODBC driver for Postgres that comes with Chilisoft
(libodbcpsql.so) -- on the server -- only retrieves
the first 8K of data from a text field.
I think it's an old driver.
My question is: If I upgrade to Postgres 7.2.1 (the
latest?) will a new libodbcpsql.so driver be
If so, I think I can get Chilisoft to point to that
new driver. (Chilisoft has its own copy of its drivers
in its /opt/casp directory, and so it doesn't normally
point at drivers stored in normal places on the
Gosh I'm hoping someone can help me out. If I can't
get this to work, I'll have to go back to the Windows
environment -- which works well but is much more
Is this too long for my first post!?
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