Re: oracle linux

On Fri, 2004-05-28 at 04:12, Mladen Gogala wrote:

> Yes. Not every tool that supports ODBC supports ADO and .NOT. Microsoft 
> backed 
> away from ODBC  when they saw that it's being ported to Unix and that it is
> being used by everybody. Obfuscation of APIs would certainly be an unknown
> event in the case of Microsoft, wouldn't it?

Microsoft's ODBC driver for Oracle will allow for the use
of index-by tables (arrays) as an OUT parameter when
called from MS code such as ASP.

Oracle's ODBC drivers do not allow that.

Seems that the MS driver makes use of an undocumented 
'feature' of ODBC.

Jared


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