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non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

(OP)
Hello!

I have a strange thing that occurs when running my ActiveX Dll using ADo
under MTS.
Indeed, in this configuration, any extra non-US character is replaced by a
'?'.
When I run my Dll as a "in process" component, everything works well.

Does anu=ybody have inforlations about that???

Thank you very much!!!

Emmanuel


RE: non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

what are your database driver ?

Regards!

RE: non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

(OP)
I use an ODBC SQL Server driver to connect to 6.5

Is this a problem of user rights in the profile associated to my package?

RE: non-US characters are not correctly managed with ADO running under MTS

Maybe you can use OLE DB provider to test it! I use OLE DB provider on MTS and it works well!


Hope it can solve your problem!

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