Hi all,

I have been using the JDBC driver for a couple of months now. The only
limitation I have run into for my own uses is that calling executeUpdate()
does not return the number of rows effected by update or delete statement --
it always returns 0.

Is this a limitation of Postgresql (i.e. the backend does not provide this
info) or a limitation of the JDBC driver?

If it is not a limitation of the backend, does anyone have an idea if this
bug would be as easy to fix as it appears on the surface?


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