Forum: Ruby on Rails PostgreSQL function in an insert statement

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00afa1ba0b03130e75b5f48521b4cdf5?d=identicon&s=25 Torsten Senf (Guest)
on 2006-03-02 10:25
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Hi there,

I wont insert a picture in a PostgrSQL-DB via the function lo_import.
Therfore I modify the value of an 'oid' column.

@measurepoint =[:measurepoint])
@measurepoint.measurepoint_background =

The result is an error like this:

PGError: ERROR:  invalid input syntax for type oid:

because the function is quotet in the values of the insert statement.

^                    ^

These quotes are responsible for a wrong interpretation from the
because a function in quotes is not a function, its a string.

Is it possible to give the modified insert statement without quotes to
insert statement.

Thank you for a solution and please apologize my bad english.

Torsten Senf
5c19f2d52879a1e10670c7334ba4c7e3?d=identicon&s=25 Lugovoi Nikolai (Guest)
on 2006-03-02 10:31
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I use extension for PostgreSQLAdapter to deal with PG large objects:

And this to deal with functions and stored proc:

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