DYNASETS NOT SUPPORTED BY ODBC DRIVER

A cursor is a mechanism used for keeping track of its position in a recordset. The ODBC driver for your data source must support extended fetching. Read about this change in our blog post. This is a major issue for us. To determine whether your driver provides this support, call the:: Sign in to vote. Thursday, June 12, 8:

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[ODBC] ODBC driver does not support dynasets – Jira

Product feedback Sign in to give documentation feedback. Thanks for your understanding. To determine whether your driver supports this dynasetts, call the:: For updateable recordsets, your ODBC driver must support either positioned update statements or the:: Thanks for helping make community forums a great place. If both are supported, MFC uses:: To determine whether your driver provides this support, call the:: Wednesday, June 11, 7: For more information about driver requirements for dynasets, see Dynaset.

The ODBC driver for your data source must support keyset-driven cursors.

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Can you suggest us for a workaround or a probable solution for this? Choose the type you’d like to provide: Thursday, June 12, 8: If this is causing problems in your application’s behavior, I suggest you check with the SQL Server forum at http: Hi, Please read this thread: Alternatively, for snapshots, you can use the cursor library, which provides the required support for updateable snapshots static cursors and positioned update statements.

A cursor is a mechanism used for keeping track of its position in a recordset. Click HERE to participate the survey.

Thursday, June 12, 7: However, a Level 1 driver can support dynasets if it supports extended fetch and keyset-driven cursors. Odb the driver for your data source conforms to the Level 1 API set, you can still use both updateable and read-only snapshots and forward-only recordsets, but not dynasets. You also may be able to set the option on your HDBC yourself, but this may not be supported. If the cursor library is used, it masks some functionality of the underlying ODBC driver that is necessary for dynaset support.

You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub. We’d love to hear your supportec. The MFC database classes support dynasets if the following requirements are met.

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[MySQL-odbc] ODBC Driver Does Not support Dynasets

The ODBC driver for your data source must support extended fetching. Extended fetching is the ability to scroll backward as well as forward over the resulting records of your SQL query.

We are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. Keyset-driven cursors manage data from a table by getting and storing a set of keys.

In ODBC terminology, dynasets and snapshots are referred to as cursors. Note For updateable recordsets, your ODBC driver must support either positioned update statements or the:: This is a major issue for us. Read about this change in our blog post. In the MFC ODBC database classes, dynasets are recordsets with dynamic properties; they remain synchronized with the data source in certain ways.