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PostgreSQL Returns a Nonstandard Use of Backslashes Warning
The following PostgreSQL warning is returned when creating a TestTrack project or performing Surround SCM actions, such as adding or checking in files:
'WARNING: nonstandard use of \\ in a string literal'
The SQL standard is to interpret backslashes in strings literally. By default, PostgreSQL interprets backslashes in strings as escape characters. The application may not work as expected if you enable the standard_conforming_strings option to enforce the SQL standard.
Set the escape_string_warning environment variable in the PostgreSQL configuration file to ‘off’ to suppress the warning.
Note: You can also use the PostgreSQL SET command to change the value.