GDA Missing records in SQLite
mrj001 at shaw.ca
Thu Feb 21 09:34:49 EST 2008
Michael Vrable wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 09:34:34PM -0700, Mark Johnson wrote:
>> PostgreSQL gives a warning for '', but accepts it; it prefers \'.
>> MySql takes the ''; I'm not sure about \'. Obviously SQLite won't
>> take the \'.
> What version of PostgreSQL is this? I haven't noticed that, and
> according to the online documentation for version 8.3, '' is
> recommended, as at some point in the future PostgreSQL may stop
> recognizing backslashes as escape characters for standards compliance
> and security reasons (controlled by the standard_conforming_strings
> option, which for now defaults to off).
I was using version 8.2.x. I haven't changed to 8.3.0 as my main
version just yet. Thanks for the info.
>> However, the real problem is that it is not gnucash-gda code which is
>> doing the escaping of the single quote. It is libgda, probably the
>> SQLite provider. Therefore not under this project's control.
> Yes, that is the real problem.
> --Michael Vrable
More information about the gnucash-devel