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Re: MS SQL Migration

From: Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: "'futrzak'" <futrzak(at)archie(dot)dhs(dot)org>, Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
Cc: "'pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org'" <pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: MS SQL Migration
Date: 2002-01-11 09:44:22
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Hi Artur,

Can you copy your emails to pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org (or just send
them to that list) in future please.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: futrzak [mailto:futrzak(at)archie(dot)dhs(dot)org] 
> Sent: 11 January 2002 09:22
> To: Dave Page
> Subject: Re: MS SQL Migration
> Quoted identifiers are valid only when the QUOTED_IDENTIFIER 
> option is set ON. By default, the Microsoft OLE DB Provider 
> for SQL Server and SQL Server ODBC driver set 
> QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON when they connect.

Yeah, that was what I thought.

> Better way for MSSQL is using bracketed identifiers [] 
> instead of quoted.
> PgAdmin II use OLE DB driver to connect to MSSQL then this 
> quote char will be working corectly.

Using brackets would be a lot more work I suspect. I don't see any reason
why the quotes won't work either, so I'll leave them for now.
> > I do have one question - you hard-coded the size for 
> numeric columns -
> is it
> > broken for all providers?
> No - it was my mistake or tiredness.
> This is correct code for this type:
>         ' AM 20020110
>         ' driver don't returns correct values - setting to 
> default 18,4
>         If szTemp2 = "numeric" Then
>           szTemp2 = szTemp2 & "(" & 
> catLocal.Tables(lstData.List(X)).Columns(newColumnArray(Y)).Pr
ecision & "," & catLocal.Tables(lstData.List(X)).Columns>
> & ")"
>         End If
> Please update source.
> I found another problem with this - when I choose mapping 
> from float to numeric, the numericscale will be 0 and data 
> will be truncated to integer part of  a number

Sounds like we need a combination of the 2 bits of code - the above for
migrating real numerics, and your 18,4 default for non-numerics. Any ideas
how we can figure out what to use? I guess we should only expect a scale for
source type = adNumeric.

Any thoughts?

Regards, Dave.

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