Jeff Eckermann wrote:
> A neat little trick that will work with any ODBC
> 1. Create a file (any name) with a .udl extension.
> 2. Run the file
> 3. In the dialog that comes up, choose "use
> connections string", and "build"; then follow the
> 4. When done, open the file with a text editor. You
> will see a full connection string, with the names of
> all of the driver options.
> Thanks to the poster, whose name I cannot recall, who
> suggested this.
Cool - this works great - thanks!
BTW - the "Use declare/fetch" option for the string was:
UseDeclareFetch=1 (or 0 to turn off)
[smacks head against desk - walks away in shame]
> --- Andrew Ayers <aayers(at)eldocomp(dot)com> wrote:
>>Nicola Tiling wrote:
>>>Have a look here
>>>I think "use declare/fetch" is "FETCH"
>>I will give it a shot and play around with it -
>>thank you for the
>>>' PG_ODBC_PARAMETER ACCESS_PARAMETER
>>>' READONLY A0
>>>' PROTOCOL A1
>>>' FAKEOIDINDEX A2 'A2 must be 0
>>>' SHOWOIDCOLUMN A3
>>>' ROWVERSIONING A4
>>>' SHOWSYSTEMTABLES A5
>>>' CONNSETTINGS A6 'must be a
>>value, blank is A6=;
>>>' FETCH A7 'must be a
>>value, try 100
>>>' SOCKET A8 'default 4096
>>>' UNKNOWNSIZES A9 ' range [0-2]
>>>' MAXVARCHARSIZE B0 'must be a
>>value, default 254
>>>' MAXLONGVARCHARSIZE B1
>>>' DEBUG B2
>>>' COMMLOG B3
>>>' OPTIMIZER B4 ' note that 1
>>= _cancel_ generic optimizer...
>>>' KSQO B5
>>>' USEDECLAREFETCH B6
>>>' TEXTASLONGVARCHAR B7
>>>' UNKNOWNSASLONGVARCHAR B8
>>>' BOOLSASCHAR B9
>>>' INVERSEBOOL? BI '"true is
>>>' PARSE C0
>>>' CANCELASFREESTMT C1
>>>' EXTRASYSTABLEPREFIXES C2 'must be a
>>value, default dd_
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