> Chris Lee wrote:
> With the 07_01_006 driver I had problems with the abort caused by
> doing SQLPrepare - SQLDescribeCol - SQLBindParameter - SQLExecute.
> Rows inserted into a temp data were getting rolled back by the
> internal abort caused by this sequence of calls. The Disallow
> Premature option in the 007 driver cures this problem. I initially
> downloaded the driver installer and did a 'binary' install, but this
> didn't cure the problem, so I took a copy of the latest sources from
> CVS and built the driver DLL myself and the problem went away.
> However, I now have a problem with crashes in the driver with queries
> that were OK with the 006 driver. I'm working with a large scale app
> and so far haven't got a theory about which types of queries cause the
> problem. It's not a trivial problem as quite a lot of fairly complex
> queries run OK with the new driver. The crashes are happening at the
> following location:
> /* make sure new_statement is always null-terminated */
> ====> if (conn->DriverToDataSource != NULL)
Are you using tranlation dll ?
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