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From:Robin Bowes Date:April 26 1999 11:42am
Subject:Re: Reverse engineering with Visio
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Hmmm.  I just upgraded to MyODBC 2.50.22 (was 2.50.21).

That seems to have fixed the problem.

R.

Robin Bowes wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm having trouble using Visio Enterprise to produce a diagram of my
> database(s).
> 
> I'm specifying ODBC Generic Driver as the Visio Driver (I don't suppose
> there's a specific MySQL driver?).
> 
> When I get to the list of tables to reverse engineer (Step 3 of 4) I am
> presented with a list of blank tablenames.
> 
> Looking in the ODBC trace file, I see messages like this:
> 
> >SQLBindCol
> | enter: icol: 1  Type: 1  ValueMax: 128  Valueptr: 12e6f0  Value: 4
> | info: Binding columns without a statement; Hope you know what you are
> doing
> | >_myrealloc
> | <_myrealloc
> | >_mymalloc
> | | enter: Size: 30
> | | exit: ptr: 9601af8
> | <_mymalloc
> <SQLBindCol
> 
> Do I need to set any particular options in the ODBC driver for Visio to
> work?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> R.
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> E.O.C., Overseas House, Quay St., Manchester, M3 3HN, UK.
> Tel: +44 161 838 8321  Fax: +44 161 835 1657

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E.O.C., Overseas House, Quay St., Manchester, M3 3HN, UK.
Tel: +44 161 838 8321  Fax: +44 161 835 1657
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