> -----Original Message-----
> From: firebird-odbc-devel-admin@...
> [mailto:firebird-odbc-devel-admin@... Behalf Of
> Roger Gammans
> Sent: 04 April 2003 14:35
> To: firebird-odbc-devel@...
> Subject: Re: [Firebird-odbc-devel] Problems using the driver with Access
> On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 03:40:15AM +0100, Robert J. Munro wrote:
> > When I try to open a table in Access, it comes out the right
> > shape (column names, types and number of rows), but every piece
> > of data is filled with "#Name?", and an error "ODBC Call failed"
> > appears.
> > Bearing in mind that I am not a C++ developer, I've hardly used
> > VC++ before, and I know nothing about how ODBC drivers work, what
> > do I do next? Is there log or something I can look at? I did do a
> > debug build, if that helps.
> Ok. Regression testing is pobably called for, Its not
> clear from you mail but whether this is with vanilla cvs head
> or with my patch.
> Let me know if these occurs with the cvs head, with the binary
> snapashot . We need to find out whether there is a problem with
> your build first.
DOH! I tried it with the binary snapshot and got the same thing, so I tried
it with a simpler database, and both the snapshot, and my debug build
worked. The problem with the database I was using was that the primary keys
were numeric(18,0), rather than something simple like integer. With integer
primary keys, I'm back to my original problem with nulls, so I guess I've
found another bug there...
I seem to have got myself in a mess now, as this error occurs whenever
odbcjdbc.dll is built:
Error executing c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe.
OdbcJdbc.dll - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
If I try to build again, the error doesn't occur, but the DLL remains
unregisterd. If I choose tools -> register control, I get "DllRegisterServer
Entry point was not found"
I'm a but stuck now.
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