After the fix for
DERBY-1262 was checked in, I'm noticing that the following query now returns different results. Prior to the fix for DERBY-1262 the query returned 2 rows; now it doesn't return any rows.
create table escTable (c1 char(10));
insert into escTable values ('%_\a');
insert into escTable values ('%_b');
insert into escTable values ('%c');
insert into escTable values ('d');
insert into escTable values ('%_\e');
select c1 from escTable where c1 like '%_
%' ESCAPE '\';
DERBY-1262, the SELECT returned:
2 rows selected
Now it returns:
0 rows selected
Brief inspection of the query and data suggest to me that these new results (i.e. no rows) are wrong, and that Derby should in fact return 2 rows/.
Based on comments in
DERBY-1262, I'm creating a new Jira issue for the regression since it has been checked into the 10.1 maintenance branch. I've set the priority to "Critical" since this could potentially delay a 10.1.3 release--I.e. I don't think we'd want to release 10.1.3 knowing that we have a wrong results regression. But if anyone thinks that's not the correct priority, feel free to speak up.
Other option, of course, is to back out the change for
DERBY-1262 in 10.1 and then lower the priority accordingly.
Input/feedback/comments would be appreciated.