> I have discovered two problems with SQLGetData. I have hacked my way
> around these problems, but the fixes are not very elegant ...
> The target column's type is SQL_LONGVARBINARY (other binary fields might
> do as well), and you try to get them as SQL_C_CHAR. This return the data
> in binary format, instead of ASCII characters as hexadecimal form
> (11111111 -> FF).
I will take care of this but I'm not sure when I could
> The target column's type is SQL_DATE or SQL_TIMESTAMP, and you try to
> get them as SQL_C_CHAR. This will cause successive calls to SQLGetData
> to return the same value repeatedly. This results non-ending loop in the
> following code, as value of got is constantly above zero. Note:
> st.GetData is wrapper around SQLGetData.
> while( (got=st.GetData( i, buf, sizeof(buf), SQL_C_CHAR ))>0 )
> line.append( buf );
This seems easier to fix than fixing 1) and so I would
be able to fix it in the near future.
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