Hi Hans,

The case-changing code for postgresql is in the postgres7 driver.

Regards, John

"Hans Lellelid" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message 
> Hi John,
> John Lim wrote:
>>>/abstract/ stuff.  For example, ADOdb would completely fail to be 
>>>portable accross databases where the case of the column names in result 
>>>array changes (e.g. postgres always returns lowercase col names, Oracle 
>>>always uppercase, MySQL returns mixed case, SQLite is configurable). This 
>>>is one example of why some layers (like PEAR::[M]DB) may be slower.
>> Hans,
>> This is incorrect. You can configure the case of the column names in 
>> ADOdb. See 
>> http://phplens.com/adodb/reference.constants.adodb_assoc_case.html
>> Regards, John
> Sorry about that.  I certainly don't want to spread disinformation (!) Is 
> this true for all the drivers ... ?  E.g. I looked at the postgres64 
> driver and saw no case-changing code in the MoveNext() method; I didn't 
> look at the other drivers after that, though.
> Cheers,
> Hans 

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