Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter
richter at viaapia.com.br
Tue Aug 22 09:24:31 EDT 2000
At some time ago I've send some code to debug/show versioning information...
The code was at least analyzed to make part of FreeTDS???
This will really make difference... Again, we having problems to identify
what version of the FreeTDS one user are using...
----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Kline <bkline at rksystems.com>
To: TDS Development Group <freetds at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2000 10:23 PM
Subject: [freetds] Re: TdsConfused error
On Mon, 21 Aug 2000, Terrance Davis wrote:
> I'm trying to retrieve multiple ResultSets from a stored proc in MS SQL
> Server 7.0 but keep getting:
Where do we stand with the suggestion that it be made easier for users
to determine which version of the driver code they're running? It would
be so much more straightforward to address questions like this one if we
could just say something like, "Please add the following line to your
System.err.println("driver version: " + DriverVersion.getVersion());
and tell us the output from this statement."
Ideally, the output would contain the date/time of the most recently
modified source code file. This could be maintained manually, or maybe
even programatically. I'd be willing to write a little Java program
which created DriverVersion.java at build time (and mods for the
Makefile) if I got some indication that it would be added to the
distribution. This would assume the Java runtime was available at build
time, of course. That doesn't seem like an onerous burden to me.
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