On Fri, 26 Jan 2007, Tobias Thierer wrote:
> I was previously using MySQL and escaped strings following the document at:
> But I couldn't find a corresponding specification for pgsql.
See 220.127.116.11 String constants.
> 1.) Is there a built-in method somewhere in the jdbc driver that escapes
> strings and makes them safe to use in an SQL statement (inside a
There is org.postgresql.core.Utils#appendEscapedString, but it's not
something we support or advertise. It's really for internal use only.
> 2.) Which characters do I need to escape for pgsql? Is ' the only one,
> and I need to escape it as '' ? Do I need to escape \ ? Will I need to
> escape all the characters that I escaped for MySQL? Where can I find
> out more?
You need to escape ' and \ if you standard_conforming_strings is on.
Monitoring this setting can be tough, so the safest thing to do is
probably to always use the E'string' escape syntax and escape both
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