[gdal-dev] Re: WFS and -where with non-ASCII characters
mateusz at loskot.net
Tue Jan 3 08:17:51 EST 2012
On 3 January 2012 13:07, Ari Jolma <ari.jolma at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 01/03/2012 02:45 PM, Mateusz Łoskot wrote:
>> On 3 January 2012 11:07, Jukka Rahkonen<jukka.rahkonen at mmmtike.fi> wrote:
>>> I took the successful query sent by Ari from the TinyOWS log and copied
>>> it literally into Windows and this way it works:
>>> -where name='HÃ¤meenkylÃ¤'
>> Windows Command Prompt can work with UTF-8 characters if you change
>> codepage to UTF-8:
>> 0) Open new prompt (cmd.exe)
>> 1) Change font to Lucida Concole
>> 3) chcp 65001
>> And OGR can consume filter without problems:
>> -where "name=\"Hämeenkylä\""
>> Note, the \"\" is needed to not to confuse OGR SQL compilers,
>> otherwise value Hämeenkylä
>> will be parsed as OGR SQL type SNT_COLUMN instead of SNT_CONSTANT for
>> field value.
> Is that really so?
I have checked the two variants under debugger and that's what I see,
as far as I look at right place.
> At least in PostgreSQL " and ' have different uses. " is
> used for column names, which are not all lowercase and without special
> characters and ' is used for string constants (as in this case).
Perhaps parser gets confused by extended ASCII or non-ASCII characters,
then the meaning of " and ' is affected.
Mateusz Loskot, http://mateusz.loskot.net
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