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From:Daniel da Veiga Date:April 24 2006 6:10pm
Subject:Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQL
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Check the way your forms deal with the data from the resultset, any
implicit conversion? Maybe a declaration of type that is casting
another type for the value returned from the resultset.

Also check this:

On 4/24/06, Gabriel Mahiques <mahiques@stripped> wrote:
> Hi.
> A Brief description about my problem.
> We have many applications development in Visual Basic 5. These
> applications read data from MySQL 4.0 installed on Linux (and odbc
> 3.51.06). Many fields in our tables are in decimal format.
> Last weekend we installed MySQL 5 on Linux
> When we ran the applications they had an error: all data in decimal
> format return "???????" (for example: if the data must be 1345,68 the
> form show "????????").
> Can anybory help me.
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Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLGabriel Mahiques24 Apr
  • Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLDaniel da Veiga24 Apr
    • Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLGabriel Mahiques24 Apr
      • Re: Error wiht VB 5 and MySQLDaniel da Veiga25 Apr