Is nobody interested in this bug? Or maybe it isn't a bug and I am
just misunderstanding something? "Is there anybody out there?" ;-)
Benjamin Riefenstahl <Benjamin(dot)Riefenstahl(at)epost(dot)de> writes:
> The symptom is that the expression "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM anytable"
> returns an empty string. Actually the same happens with any
> aggregate function that I have tried.
> Delving into the C source of the ODBC wrapper I am using, I find
> that this function call
> rc = SQLColAttributes(stmt, col, SQL_COLUMN_DISPLAY_SIZE,
> NULL, 0, NULL, &cbValueMax);
> puts 0 into "cbValueMax".
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