On Dec 7, 1:55 am, in(dot)(dot)(dot)(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp (Hiroshi Inoue) wrote:
> Lothar Behrens wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am now using the current ODBC driver (8.3.0400 Unicode) for my
> > application.
> > Compared to my SQL_ASCII database installation (and the 07.03.0200
> > driver version)
> > I get wrong column type information.
> > The numbers I get now are negative.
> Maybe you are looking at
> > I didn't have seen any switch to change this to be
> > equal to the old driver.
> Please use the ANSI version driver.
> If you compile the program with win32.mak please type
> nmake /f win32.mak ANSI_VERSION=yes
> and you would get psqlodbc30a.dll and pgenlista.dll
> instead of psqlodbc35w.dll and pgenlist.dll.
Isn't UTF-8 the unicide version ?
My database is encoded with that.
> Hiroshi Inoue
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