[JDBC-49] jdbc insert-records can not handle spaces in columnames Created: 21/Mar/13 Updated: 06/Apr/13 Resolved: 06/Apr/13
|Reporter:||Cees van Kemenade||Assignee:||Sean Corfield|
Postgres on Debian
If a database contains column-names that include spaces an sql/insert-record will fail. However, inserting via sql/do-commands or sql/insert-rows works as expected.
Attached you find a file showing the error.
|Comment by Cees van Kemenade [ 22/Mar/13 1:21 AM ]|
Further analysis based on a suggestion of Sean leads to:
It seems to be that there is an issue in the naming-strategy in this issue. Either in the way I define it of the way it is implemented
When I remove the naming-strategy and replace the offending insert by a manual quoting strategy via
So the issue is located in the handling of the naming-strategy, or in the way I defined the naming-strategy (for postgres).
|Comment by Sean Corfield [ 06/Apr/13 4:14 PM ]|
Fixed in 0.3.0-SNAPSHOT by wiring as-str variable into compatibility layer as :entities argument.