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Tom Lane <> wrote the following on 22 June 2005 15:20:

"Sean Cardus" <postgres@cardus.com> writes:
For example, one of the CREATE VIEW statements contains:
WHERE (u.username = "varchar"(u.customer_id))
If you can change "varchar" to "text" it should still work.
Thanks for the advice Tom - I've tested this and the database does import
correctly. I'm just concerned that the application might be expecting a
varchar column type in the returned data.

I've contacted the application developers and I'm still waiting for a
reply...

*crosses fingers*

Thanks again,
Sean

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