It's added, just use the old protocol .

Here are the connection parameters

http://jdbc.postgresql.org/documentation/head/connect.html#connection- parameters

Dave


On 12-Sep-05, at 9:26 AM, Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:


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The difference between the 7.4 driver and the 8.0.3 driver is the
8.0.3 driver is using server side prepared statements and binding the
parameter to the type in setXXX(n,val).

The 7.4 driver just replaces the ? with the value and doesn't use
server side prepared statements.


DBD::Pg has a few flags that enables you to do things like purposely avoid using server side prepares, and force a reprepare of a particular statement.
Perhaps something like that is available for the JDBC driver? If not,
maybe someone would be willing to add it in?

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