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Re: Fwd: ODBC breaks on some machines

From: Hiroshi Saito <hiroshi(at)winpg(dot)jp>
To: awessel(at)masterap(dot)nl
Cc: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org, Hiroshi Inoue <inoue(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp>
Subject: Re: Fwd: ODBC breaks on some machines
Date: 2011-09-30 12:28:25
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Sorry very late reaction.

The method of CURSOR which you use may influence a result.
Would you be shown the reproducible code, if possible?

and, Please send mylog to Inoue-san with me.
I appreciate your perseverance. thanks.

Hiroshi Saito

(2011/09/12 18:54), Albert wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a strange problem going on. The postgres ODBC breaks down at
> random at some machines.
> What happens is: Via ODBC we call an postgresql function (as example
> this: ) :
> select getmynumber('abc') as result;
> This works fine we can use the result in our application. However, on
> some of our customers PC's this suddenly stops working. We get an ODBC
> error Error -1:'' The only thing I can find in the odbc logging that is
> different opposed to the correct situation: QLExtendedFetch with return
> code -1 (SQL_ERROR)
> It seems random that this occurs. I cannot relate it to a windows patch,
> nor another software installation nor our own software. The problem,
> over the course of 2 years, happens every now and then on some random
> pc. The only thing we have found to get it working again is to reinstall
> Windows. (it has happened now on several XP and several Windows 7 machines)
> The client application uses MFC ODBC.
> I have logging of odbc, mylog and psqlodc available.
> Can somebody help with this?
> Kind regards,
> Albert Wessel
> *
> *

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