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f90SQL

f90SQL

(OP)
Hi

Does anyone out there use F90SQL?  If so,
do you know if you can bind an array of parameters
using ROW-WISE BINDING?  

I know you can with Column-WISE binding...

thanks

RE: f90SQL

(OP)
The answer is yes.  I was failing at previous attempts
because I was not including the

SQLSetStmtAttr(hstmt, SQL_ATTR_PARAM_BIND_TYPE,
               sizeof(Struct), 0);
,
where sizeof(Struct) is the size of the 'struct' data type,
correctly.
(the column-wise binding method uses
call f90SQLSetStmtAttr(StmtHndl,SQL_ATTR_PARAM_BIND_TYPE,
                           SQL_PARAM_BIND_BY_COLUMN, iRet)
the parameter SQL_PARAM_BIND_BY_COLUMN.. to use row binding
one must simply enter the size of the structure
)

Of course there are things one must do, but my problem
was due to missing the above statement.

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