[freetds] Tests

Castellano, Nicholas Nicholas_Castellano at acml.com
Thu Apr 10 10:29:53 EDT 2003

Those numbers are fine...they are just internal information that the user
doesn't really need to see.  They are the encoded internal form of (layer <<
24) + (origin << 16) + (severity << 8) + (number).  (But it might be better
to have two labels so there aren't two "number"s in the display.)

We could just omit them from the client message handler in
src/ctlib/unittests/common.c.  However, it's worth leaving those in the
output for now to help debugging.  I think there are still a few places in
libtds where we are incorrectly passing hardcoded dblib client message
numbers up into CT-Library.  Those still need to be found and fixed at some


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> Which number is garbage?  It looks right to me.
> Cheers,
> --nick

ie: number 33620240.



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