We are pleased to announce the release of psqlODBC 09.01.0100. For
details of the changes in this release, please see the notes at:
<a href="http://psqlodbc.projects.postgresql.org/release.html" title="http://psqlodbc.projects.postgresql.org/release.html">http://psqlodbc.projects.postgresql.org/release.html</a>
With this release two versions of the driver are provided for Windows;
'PostgreSQL ANSI' which supports single and multibyte applications
through the ANSI ODBC API, and 'PostgreSQL Unicode' which provides
Unicode support through the Unicode ODBC API. Microsoft's Distributed
Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) is also supported.
On Unix systems, the driver type (ANSI or Unicode) may be selected
via a configure option. It can be compiled with UnixODBC or iODBC.
A new 64 bit version of the driver is also available for Windows, and
includes native SSPI and GSSAPI support, and doesn't require libpq.
psqlODBC may be downloaded from
<a href="http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/odbc/versions/" title="http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/odbc/versions/">http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/odbc/versions/</a> in source, Windows
Installer, merge module, and basic zip file formats.
Please post any bug reports to the <a href="mailto:pgsql- ... at postgresql dot org">pgsql- ... at postgresql dot org</a> mailing list.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved with the
development, testing and bug fixing of the updated driver.
|[ psqlodbc-Bugs-1010837 ] 2000 is returned instead of actual info for char column octet length and column size||0|
|problem updating from form||0|
|FETCH LAST is returning "no data" after a Cursor Update||2|
|INSERT INTO ... RETURNING id not behaving as expected with SQLNumResultCols||4|
|MS Access hangs upon data import||5|
|Passing numeric Bind variables to ODBC driver convers to "Double precision"||5|
|ByteA column retrieved in 31 minutes ...||2|
|ODBC first time odbc||0|
|Time for a 9.3 release?||2|