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problem with CVS version

From: "Antonio Pennino" <a(dot)pennino(at)nocerainformatica(dot)net>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: problem with CVS version
Date: 2004-07-23 13:42:08
Message-ID: 410131D0.19661.D1358C@localhost (view raw or flat)
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I Have problem(s) with the CVS version of psqldobc.dll.

At the server side i have Postgresql 7.2.1 on Debian.

With a table as it:

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firedell=# \d hosts
                      Table "hosts"
  Column  |         Type          |      Modifiers
----------+-----------------------+----------------------
 nicknome | character varying(16) | not null
 hostnome | character varying(32) | not null
 note     | character varying(50) | not null default '-'
Primary key: hosts_pkey
Unique keys: hosts_hostnome_key
Triggers: tr_aggiorna_tabelle_dipendenti
=========================================================

at the client (win98) all the three columns are so readed:
(MFC m_rgODBCFieldInfos structure, using HOSTNOME for example):

        m_strName       hostnome    (OK)
        m_nSQLType      -9          (!!!)
        m_nPrecision    32          (OK)
        m_nScale        0           
        m_nNullability  0           
   
Please note: also with Access97 i have problem (with no detail) 
if a try a link a database, is not go to show the table list.

If a use the older (07.03.0208 version, 7/1/2004) all is ok.
My MDAC version *maybe* 2.71

Please help...

       Antonio.


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