[SqueakDBX] MSSQL, selecting nvarchar (other types too) field causes DBXTypeNotSupported.

Diogenes Moreira diogenes.moreira at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 09:00:20 UTC 2011

Hi miguel..

why you dont use DBXMSSQLPlatform for MSSQL??

well, don't matter.. for give to you a right diagnosis, we need Odbc version
and what kind of driver.. (ADO or Direct) you are using . If you use ADO,
wich MDAC version..?

DBXTypeNotSupported  is raising when the column type id returned by OpenDbx
isn´t in the types catalogates or is a "Real" unsupported type.

you can debug DBXPlatform class>> dataTypeAt: and see what is the id for
column type returned by OpenDBX.. and send it to us...

together we will be find a bug and fix that.

On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 5:20 AM, Miguel Sanchez <mikey.sanchez at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have a couple of problems but the second I'll pop in a second mail
> to have a clear subject line.
> I have a field on a table defined as nvarchar(50) that is throwing a
> DBXTypeNotSupported error despite the default supported type map on
> DBXPlatform which maps the datatype to a String. I've managed to avoid
> needing to select explicitly unsupported types (CLOB BLOC etc.....)
> My platform.
> Windows XP sp3
> Pharo 1.1.1 one-click
> DBXOdbcPlatform
> Database (on localhost):
> MSSQL 2005
> Best Regards,
> Miguel
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