List limitations?

Daley, MarkX markx.daley at intel.com
Thu Mar 23 18:22:09 CET 2000


If I connect to server2 alone, it works properly.  If I connect to server2
first, then server 1, server2 works and server1 returns strange characters
for familynames.  I am using mxODBC, at least, as far as  understand it from
the notes I downloaded.
-Mark

-----Original Message-----
From: aahz at netcom.com [mailto:aahz at netcom.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2000 8:44 AM
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Subject: Re: List limitations?


In article <A63AFB20111ED311AC5500A0C96B7BF5015F0ED9 at orsmsx36.jf.intel.com>,
Daley, MarkX <markx.daley at intel.com> wrote:
>
>What this does is connect to a server and pull data from it based on each
>family name in the familyname list, using an SQL query.  Conceivably, this
>code should connect to server1 and pull data for all familynames and write
>that data to a file, server_familyname_date.  Then it should connect to
>server2 and do the same.  However, when it connects to server 2, it isn't
>pulling the familynames from the familyname list correctly.  Instead, it is
>pulling single character strings, like a, b, e, g, h, r, S (these are the
>actual strings, which may or may not have some bearing on one of my
>familyname entries, I haven't been able to verify).  Has anyone else seen
>problem remotely related to this?  Any help is appreciated.

Questions/suggestions:

Have you tried connecting just to server2?
What happens if you switch server2 and server1?
Have you considered using mxODBC?
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