> t == email@example.com writes:
> t> Uh, no, that is certainly *not* the behavior you were getting in 8.1;
> t> 8.1's behavior corresponds to both switches off.
> OK. I'm confused. With 8.1.5 we never had to do anything special
> with backslashes. When we upgraded to 8.3.3, backslashes in our
> INSERTs caused problems until we turn _on_
Maybe something changed on the client side? 8.1 definitely does not have
standard_conforming_strings, but perhaps you had some client-side
code that compensated by inserting backslashes.
regards, tom lane
Sent via pgsql-general mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To make changes to your subscription: