[unixODBC-support] ODBC Cursors

Paul Mahon dufflebunk at dufflebunk.homeip.net
Wed Sep 29 00:50:21 BST 2004

libmyodbc3-3.51.06.so is the driver.

On Wed, 2004-29-09 at 00:24 +0100, Nick Gorham wrote:
> Paul Mahon wrote:
> > I am using unixODBC. The following link is to the code I'm playing with.
> > It's based on a chunk I found on the MSDN site. Lacking any
> > comprehension of how they are supposed to work the code likely doesn't
> > make any sense at all. All it should do is go through the table Bar, add
> > 1 to the second column (B) and add 2 to the third column (C). I could do
> > this with SQL, but it's an example program so I can understand how to
> > use cursors for a much more complex program.
> > 
> > http://dufflebunk.homeip.net/~dufflebunk/odbc_cursor.c
> > 
> > The program fails on the first SQLFetchScroll.
> Cheers, what driver are you using ?
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