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From:Christian Mack Date:August 4 1999 8:39pm
Subject:Re: Locking problem?
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Arlen Greer wrote:
> >Please ensure the table in question has a timestamp(14) column and
> >a primary
> >key.
> Hi Pat -
> The table in question has both a primary key and a timestamp.  That was a
> good suggestion, though.  Can you think of anything else that might be
> wrong?
> Thank you,
> -Arlen

Hi Arlen

Did you set these MyODBC flags:
"Don't optimize column width"
"Return matching rows"

Is there a *BLOB field in this table?
If yes, then you are out of luck.


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