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From Brian Bonner <brian.bon...@paraware.com>
Subject Re: Inserting a new line (\n) via sql script into Derby
Date Tue, 30 Aug 2005 18:31:07 GMT
Thomas that works, although I was hoping for something that was less 
sensitive to whitespace (specifically carriage returns).

Brian



Thomas J. Taylor wrote:

>What's wrong with just using the <ENTER> key?
>- Thomas
>
>ij> create table test (value varchar(60));
>0 rows inserted/updated/deleted
>ij> insert into test values ('First Line
>Second Line');
>1 row inserted/updated/deleted
>ij> select * from test;
>VALUE
>------------------------------------------------------------
>First Line
>Second Line 
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Brian Bonner [mailto:brian.bonner@paraware.com] 
>Sent: Monday, August 29, 2005 10:03 PM
>To: Derby Discussion
>Subject: Re: Inserting a new line (\n) via sql script into Derby
>
>I think I found it: 
>
>*ij.unicodeEscape= { onoff }*
>
>Brian
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>Brian Bonner wrote:
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>>How do I insert a string with a linefeed into derby via an SQL script 
>>with ij?
>>
>>The string literal that java would insert would look like this:  
>>"line1\nline2".
>>
>>I need to insert it via an SQL script.  I've tried using unicode 
>>\u000A and \n and neither will work.
>>i.e.  insert into test (id, test) values (1, 'line1\u000Aline2');  (or
>>line1\nline2 respectively)
>>
>>When I select the contents, I get the line1\u000Aline2  or
>>line1\nline2 back out and not the line feed I was expecting (ok,
>>hoping) to see:
>>
>>ie.
>>
>>line1
>>line2
>>
>>Is this possible?
>>
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