[SqueakDBX] MSSQL, selecting nvarchar (other types too) field
mikey.sanchez at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 15:05:46 UTC 2011
Thanks for the link. Actually nvarchar *is* there. National Character
Varying. It says it maps to Character Varying (varchar). I'll keep
On 29 April 2011 16:14, Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Miguel Sanchez <mikey.sanchez at gmail.com>
>> OK thanks guys I'll answer answer both in one shot.
>> > Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 10:54:37 +0200
>> > From: Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com>
>> > Subject: Re: [SqueakDBX] MSSQL, selecting nvarchar (other types too)
>> > field causes DBXTypeNotSupported.
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>> > Hi Miguel. This is something that we really need to fix and make it
>> > clear.
>> My apologies for the newbie questions and generally being dense about
>> understanding the code.
> your questions are very welcome.
>> > I will try to explain: OpenDBX library have 4 special functions (check
>> > above in http://www.linuxnetworks.de/doc/index.php/OpenDBX/C_API/1.2)
>> > when
>> > managing large objects WHEN the backend requires such.
>> > We wrongly understood that at the beginning. So...we throw
>> > DBXTypeNotSupported for every large object even if we could really
>> > support
>> > it.
>> .... and this includes nvarchar? This doesn't need the large object
>> functiuon calls does it? doesn't really matter. If it's assigned
>> unknown then it needs to be handled anyway.
> grrrr sorry my bad. I got confused about large objects...
> OpenDBX has a list of supported types, that you can check here:
> nvarchar is not even mentioned there :(
> So I guess it is not supported. But as said, try it overwritting
> createDataTypesMap. And tell us what happens.
> If it doesn't work, we can ask Norbert (OpenDBX developer) since he is
> always very helpful.
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