I'm looking into some ecpg part of the official manual,
and I have found some strange things.
I'm now investigating SQLCODE and SQLSTATE, and I have found
that some of the errno definitions don't match to the manual.
For example, the manual says that ECPG_CONVERT_BOOL could be `-207'.
However, ECPG_CONVERT_BOOL is defined as `-211' in ecpgerrno.h.
> -207 (ECPG_CONVERT_BOOL)
> This means the host variable is of type bool and the datum in the database is neither 't' nor 'f'. (SQLSTATE 42804)
> #define ECPG_NUMERIC_FORMAT -207
> #define ECPG_CONVERT_BOOL -211
What does it mean? The manual is not up to date?
NAGAYASU Satoshi <satoshi(dot)nagayasu(at)gmail(dot)com>
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