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On Wed, Feb 5, 2020 at 2:28 PM Robert Großkopf <>

Hi Drew,

Looks like folks are just humming along with the guides.

If you could list here the questions which you see as having wrong
on the EN faq page I'd take a quick look and try to clean up the answers,
that way the folks working the guides don't have to break their stride.
(of if you want to use irc or jitsi to do so that would work also)

I have tested connection to PostgreSQL for a German user:
isn't up to date. ODBC-connection works here without problems with
UnixODBC. The answer doesen't give a hint which system is used, so I
couldn't find such a version here.

Well, since the only version that gave that error was the version listed I
don't know that it is not correct.
In other words, if you aren't using that old driver then this is a moot
question because you aren't getting that error.
Same problem. ODBC works as expected, better than JDBC-connection. With
ODBC-connection you could input data in queries with table-alias and
datatype serial. Using JDBC-connection the autoincremented value will
only return 0.

Same situation here - the question is the problem. It is a question caused
by an old driver, one that is now deprecated.
same problem as FAQ Base 13

Yes, again this is a question based on a specific driver release and a
driver that is now well past what is current.

So, overall I think the question is really;
Do we want to delete those questions as no longer being useful?



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