[DATETIME] weird behavior.

Sergio Arturo Garcia Camargo ser-garc at uniandes.edu.co
Tue Aug 1 16:53:12 EDT 2000

> > Im using the freetds JDBC driver with MS-SQL Server 7. When I use
> > the ResultSet.getString method to get the value of a DATETIME field,
> > it returns teh right String if the DATETIME field has NOT been
> > declared "NOT NULL", and a String representing the DATETIME, MINUS 5
> > hours(?!?!?!) if the DATETIME field has been declared NOT NULL.
> > 
> > Any hint?
> What version of the driver are you running?  Which version of the
> TDS protocol are you using?  What happens when you run test t0001 in the
> unittests subdirectory?  If you're not using it already, what happens if
> you use the latest snapshot?

I dont know what version of TDS i was running. the version of the Driver
was the last official release. I tested the latest snapshot, and the
problems seem to be gone!

The question is.. I have tested my whole application, and so far things
are ok with the latest snapshot. Would you recommend me to stay with it?

Sergio Arturo Garcia   	              
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