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Key: CORE-4417
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Resolved Resolved
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Adriano dos Santos Fernandes
Reporter: Oliver Wurdak
Votes: 0
Watchers: 4
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Firebird Core

gbak: cannot commit index ; primary key with german umlaut

Created: 02/May/14 07:18 PM   Updated: 25/Sep/15 01:11 PM
Component/s: GBAK
Affects Version/s: 2.5.2 Update 1
Fix Version/s: 2.5.3, 3.0 Beta 1

Environment: Windows7 64 Bit; firebird 64 Bit
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QA Status: Done successfully
Test Details:
Confirmed crash of restoring on WI-V2.5.2.26540: message about abnnormal program termination appeared.
No any troubles on 2.5.3 and above, including 3.0.


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I create a database with the following isql script. (CreateErrorDB.sql)
in the reduced table (1 field ,1 record) the value is XXÄ (german umlaut A)

CREATE DATABASE 'leer.DB' USER 'SYSDBA' PASSWORD 'masterkey' DEFAULT CHARACTER SET WIN1252 collation PXW_INTL;
CREATE TABLE TABZL (ZLKENNZ VARCHAR(3) NOT NULL,PRIMARY KEY (ZLKENNZ));
INSERT INTO TABZL (ZLKENNZ) VALUES ('XXÄ');

this batchjob produces the error:
"%PROGRAMFILES%\Firebird\Firebird_2_5\bin\isql.exe" -q -i CreateErrorDB.sql
"%PROGRAMFILES%\Firebird\Firebird_2_5\bin\gbak.exe" -b leer.db test.fbak -USER SYSDBA -pas masterkey
"%PROGRAMFILES%\Firebird\Firebird_2_5\bin\gbak.exe" -v -user SYSDBA -pas masterkey -C test.fbak test.db

the 2nd gbak command produces this output (only the last lines)
........
gbak:creating indexes
gbak: activating and creating deferred index RDB$PRIMARY1
gbak:cannot commit index RDB$PRIMARY1
gbak: ERROR:connection lost to database
gbak: ERROR:Error writing data to the connection.
gbak:Exiting before completion due to errors
gbak: ERROR:Error writing data to the connection.


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