Microsoft KB Archive/106480
Article ID: 106480
Article Last Modified on 7/27/2001
- Microsoft Open Database Connectivity 1.0
This article was previously published under Q106480
BUG# ODBCDBASE: 1858 (1.01.1928)
The ODBC Access driver returns incorrect pcbValue when a column with the ODBC SQL type SQL_TIMESTAMP is converted to SQL_C_DATE via SQLBindCol or SQLGetData.
The following assumes that there is a table called DATETEST in which column number 2 is a column of type datetime:
SQLExecDirect the statement:
select * from DATETEST
- Do a SQLBindCol on col #2 so that fCType is SQL_C_DATE.
- Do a SQLFetch.
- Examine the value of *pcbValue.
It will be 10; while the expected =6.
The same (invalid) pcbValue is returned if, instead of SQLBindCol, data is retrieved through SQLGetData with fCType = SQL_C_DATE.
Correct pcbValue is returned when fCType = SQL_C_TIME.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the Access Driver version 1.01.1928. We are researching this problem and will post new information here in the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.
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