if 'Advanced Options' -> 'OID Options' -> 'Show Column' is activated ODBC
function SQLColumns() retrieves one more row than expected if you use the function's filter ColumnName.
If you check for the existence of a column that does not exist you get one
instead of no result row.
If you check for the existence of a column that does exist you get two instead of one row and the correct row is the second and not the first one.
Could you check this, please?
Thank you very much,
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