Peter Harvey wrote:
> > I was installing the ODBC driver on an alpha box. Problem is that there
> > are assumptions in the typedefs that a four byte integer is a "long
> > int". Of course, this is often an incorrect assumption. I can fix this,
> > but wanted to know how people wanted this done. How do you handle this
> > issue in the server? Seems confingure.in and associated files is the most
> > reasonable way to fix this to me.
> Also; which driver manager are you using? I think Nick Gorham has been
> working on this issue within unixODBC.
AFAIK there should be nothing wrong with
typedef Int4 int
instead of the
typedef Int4 long
which is plainly wrong on 64 bit platforms.
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