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Error 909 (Invalid character)

Error 909 (Invalid character)

(OP)
Hello,

i have migrated from TD2.0 to TD5.2.

when i try to call a stored procedure, i receive error 909 (Invalid character).

CODE --> Centura

Set strSqlPrepare = '{call ' || DACS99001 || ' ( :spBufferIN )}'
If OdrPrepareProc( hSqlixxx, strSqlPrepare, ':siValue' )
... 

This works fine with TD2.0.

spBufferIN is a Long String (I tried String but it did not change anything). I had this problem solved in many files (not all of them) by deletting odbsal32.apl from the application folder. How do I do for the other files?

I hope anybody face this problem previously. So please guide me to solve this.

Regards

Léa M.

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