[freetds] ODBC unit tests "funccall" and "transaction"
Nicholas_Castellano at acml.com
Fri Jan 9 15:33:06 EST 2004
> From: Frediano Ziglio [mailto:freddyz77 at tin.it]
> Sent: Friday, January 09, 2004 3:21 PM
> :((( Yes and no... going deeply with problem I realized that
> I was using 2.2.6 version, not 2.2.7... Doing debugging
> (using compiled unixODBC with debug info) I realized that
> last updates do not handle state change very well (see line
> remove the SQLNumResults call in unixODBC ChangeLog on
> website). For this reason SQLMoreResults works but next
> SQLFetch ALWAYS fails (without even calling driver) so
> multiple records do not work as expected... also a metadata
> function fails if called after a SQLExecDirect... These test:
> - t0003
> - tables
> - moreandcount
> - earlybind
> are so expected to fail using unixODBC 2.2.7 due to unixODBC
> bugs. So we left with only funccall test (as before).
OK, I can grab 2.2.6 and try that instead. If we can get everything
working, I would consider it reasonable to document that this release is
compatible with unixODBC-2.2.6 and not unixODBC-2.2.7.
If that will help narrow things down, I'm certainly willing to give it a
try. I can't remember whether you were able to duplicate the funccall
failure on your end or not...
> I'm sorry to have wasted your time...
No apology needed and my time hasn't been wasted. I think we're zeroing in
on the answer, I'm just short on time to work on it today to meet Jim's goal
of getting the release cut this weekend.
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