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Long data and SQLPutData ?

From: "lothar(dot)behrens(at)lollisoft(dot)de" <lothar(dot)behrens(at)lollisoft(dot)de>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Long data and SQLPutData ?
Date: 2007-08-07 22:40:37
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I need some advice how to update a BLOB column. Reading it with
SQLGetData seems to be easier :-)

Do I need the commented code to 'shift' the bigger memory block into
the bound buffer while calling
SQLParamData and SQLPutData ?

I do set multiple column data before I do a SQLSetPos. So I have bound
columns therefore.
Do I get trouble, when I update some BLOB columns in between ?

Are there other issues with that code ?

Thanks, Lothar

Here I have code developed yet:

lbErrCodes LB_STDCALL lbQuery::setBinaryData(int column,
lb_I_BinaryData* value) {
	// Declare a binary buffer to send 5000 bytes of data at a time.
	SQLCHAR       BinaryPtr[5000];
	SQLINTEGER	  longDataLen;
	SQLRETURN     rc, retcode;

       // The size may be more than 5000
	longDataLen = SQL_LEN_DATA_AT_EXEC(value->getSize());

	rc = SQLBindCol(hstmt, column, SQL_C_BINARY, (void *)BinaryPtr, 0,

	retcode = SQLSetPos(hstmt, 1, SQL_UPDATE, SQL_LOCK_NO_CHANGE);

	if (retcode == SQL_NEED_DATA)
		retcode = SQLParamData(hstmt, (void **)  &BinaryPtr);
		while(retcode == SQL_NEED_DATA)

                    //This code should be here to 'shift' the

                     void* peace = value->getNextDataPiece(5000);
                     long len = value->getCurrentPieceSize();
                     memcpy(BinaryPtr, piece, len);


			retcode = SQLPutData(hstmt, BinaryPtr, SQL_NTS);
			/* check for error here */
			retcode = SQLParamData(hstmt, (void **)  &BinaryPtr);


	return ERR_NONE;

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