Sad that the easiest way to fix The
Error From Hell was to use a
search-and-replace function to “fix” the SQL query.
$sql = preg_replace("/\s+\'\s+\'\s+([a-z]+)/"," ' ' AS \\1",$sql);
It's not perfect. It'll break if there's an SQL statement with a lowercase
But it'll have to do for now until I find a better regular expression.
To top it all off, I received the following from someone who has worked
on porting SugarCRM
The SugarFolk, I think due to rather obtuse source management and
procedural policies, aren't interested in folding in my many
improvements and PostgreSQL support. I moved on to other employment
having nothing at all to do with SugarCRM or PHP (and very little to
do with PostgreSQL), so I haven't worked on it. So it's officially
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