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First, sorry for the off-topic posting, but I'm trying several venues with
this question because it's becoming a larger problem. This is not a Webware
problem, nor probably a Python or even DCOracle2 problem, but it's biting us
in the backside in some of our applications.
We use Oracle and DCOracle2 as our DB API-2.0-compliant connector.
Unfortunately, we're occasionally getting erroneous NULLs returned for
columns when the result set is a bit larger than a few (we see the problem
when 140 rows are returned, but not when 5 are returned). For example, a
column might have character data: 'FreeText' in it, but when we get it back
from DCOracle2 its None (meaning NULL). Turning on an Oracle trace shows
that Oracle itself is returning the NULL, which seems like a Bad Thing To
Has anybody else encountered this? It shows up on a Zope mailing list, but
without any workaround suggested.
Again, sorry for the o/t posting--I'm a little desperate.
David Hancock | dhancock@... | 410-266-4384