Portability problem with PostgreSQL prior to 9.1 on literals
|Reported by:||pcampalani||Owned by:||pcampalani|
|Keywords:||postgresql literal backslash||Cc:||dmisev|
Since PostgreSQL 9.1 backslashes are treated literally in literals: this is not true however in previous versions of Postgres, thus creating a portability problem for users using 8.X or prior versions of Postgres.
The variable 'standard_conforming_strings' should be then set before starting the update of petascopedb.
See this page in the PostgreSQL documentation.
Change History (2)
comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by pcampalani
- Status changed from new to accepted
- Summary changed from Portability problem with PostgreSQL prio to 9.1 on literals to Portability problem with PostgreSQL prior to 9.1 on literals