Am 24.01.2006 um 14:37 schrieb Ludek Finstrle:
>> My wrappers code (AFTER calling SQLExecDirect(...)):
> This could be the problem. You open cursor and then
> you want change the type ...
> I'm not expert in this question. I don't use ODBC frequently.
That didn't solved the problem, but I found it !
My last test was to get the current unixODBC source code. (2.2.11)
Building and installing that beast and reinstalling the original driver
07.03.0200 solved it.
There IS a problem in the 2.2.8 driver !
And my last update via SuSE YOU didn't pull that version.
That was the problem I really knew. But I didn't remember.
>> // Why this construct ??
>> SQLINTEGER csrType = SQL_CURSOR_KEYSET_DRIVEN;
>> SQLSetStmtAttr(hstmt, SQL_ATTR_CURSOR_TYPE, (SQLPOINTER)
>> csrType, 0);
>> Dave's sample works with KEYSET_DRIVEN cursors.
> Keyset driven cursor isn't full dynamic cursor (ODBC spec).
> Keyset driven cursor doesn't detect added or deleted rows from
> other transactions.
> I'm sorry I can't help you more
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