[unixODBC-support] Stored Procedure Executed using Freetds Not Returning Return Codes

Daniel Kasak d.j.kasak.dk at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 06:40:13 BST 2016


Quite a long time ago ( ie over 10 years ago ) I was using FreeTDS and
unixODBC ( on Linux ) to execute stored procedures in SQL Server 7
that returned a recordset ( not a return code ). I never had any
issues with what I was doing. It might help to provide a small example
that people can test?

Dan

On Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 11:03 PM, Funny,Solomon <Solomon.Funny at fhlbny.com> wrote:
> My company is using freetds (version 7) and a linux server, to test stored
> procedures, migrated from Sybase. The procedures are executing against a SQL
> Server 2012 database.
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> The user has indicated, when the stored procedures are executed, no return
> codes are being returned by the stored procedures.
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> I have read some google articles where this issue has been experienced.
> Some have indicated the driver may be incompatible, but when executing
> queries against the SQL Server Instance, the queries execute successfully.
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> Is anyone using freetds to execute stored procedures successfully or has
> anyone experienced this issue?
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> Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.
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> Solomon Funny
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