On Wed, Feb 5, 2020 at 2:28 PM Robert Großkopf <email@example.com>
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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