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Fatal error when not numeric value - PostgreSQL 9.2 [closed]

Below is an example of the auto-generated update query, with client-supplied keys (_iid). There's a fatal error when _iid is not numeric. However; this should accept any value. I believe that's what ...
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How to import blanks as nulls instead of zeros while importing txt using wizard

I'm using the Import Wizard to load a text file and need blanks in integer fields to be nulls, but only zeros are inserted. How to import it properly?
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Text string stored in SQLite Integer column?

I'm a database novice looking at an SQLite database which appears to be storing text in an integer column. Here's an example session at the sqlite3 command line: sqlite> .schema mytable CREATE ...
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Numeric Latitude & Longitude values are rounded up when querying SQL Server Database

Developing an application that is using Google Maps. Latitude and longitude values are stored in the table as the correct value. However when they are pulled into a view the value is rounded to the ...
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Do I lose data if I change from INT to TINYINT

I have a database (Engine InnoDB) that was setup by someone else. I noticed that one column contains data between 1 and 107 at this moment, and it is highly unlikely to further increase much. As it ...
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Rounding issues?

Try this: create table test (f float); insert into test values (330.0); commit; select (8 + 330.0/60)::int; --14 select (8 + f/60)::int from test; --14 select (9 + 330.0/60)::int; --15 select (9 + ...
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Looping through string, adding all numbers e.g. '123' = 1+2+3, demo with working loop included

This works to output the string 123456 as: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Code: declare @string varchar(20) declare @index int declare @len int declare @char char(1) set @string = '123456' set @index = 1 set @len= ...
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Should I be concered by large SERIAL values?

I have a Django application that uses PostgreSQL to analyze data from tweets. The data set increases by thousands of records with each request. I am using the database primarily as a cache, so I had ...
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Expanding contractions/number ranges into separate records [closed]

I am planning the migration of a directory of image files plus a FileMaker-database containing the corresponding metadata into an Imagic IMS database (formerly known as ImageAccess). The vendor ...