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Re: Linux Unicode character size

From: FabijanicA(at)nucorsteel(dot)com
To: Andrei Kovalevski <andyk(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Linux Unicode character size
Date: 2008-01-03 18:44:51
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Andrei Kovalevski <andyk(at)commandprompt(dot)com> wrote on 01/03/2008 12:34:58 

>     So, if you are building unixODBC with SQL_WCHART_CONVERT - you 
> should specify the same option for psqlodbc.
> If SQLWCHAR = wchar_t, then  sizeof(SQLWCHAR) = 4. If SQLWCHAR = 
> unsigned short, then sizeof (SQLWCHAR) = 2. SQLWCHAR on Windows is 
> always 2 bytes wide.


Thank you for the reply. I am aware of the above. But, since I have a 
binary distro (Ubuntu), I am not building either. To be platform 
transparent, it's simplest to keep things to be 2 bytes wide (which, 
AFAICT, is default for unixODBC) and I was wondering what is the "default" 
(if there is such a thing) for psql. Currently, my problem is that I get 
SQL_NO_DATA from SQLDriverConnectW when I pass UTF-16 string.


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