On Thu, 2003-09-04 at 22:13, Relaxin wrote:
> Finally, someone who will actually assume/admit that it is returning the
> entire result set to the client.
> Where as other DBMS manage the records at the server.

Is there a reason you can't use cursors (explicitely, or via ODBC if it
provides some glue on top of them) to keep the result set on the server?


> The next one is the handling of BLOBS.  PG handles them like no other system
> I have ever come across.

Just FYI, you can use both the lo_*() functions, as well as simple
bytea/text columns (which can be very large in PostgreSQL).


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