[Haskell-cafe] Looking for Haskellers on Windows

Günther Schmidt redcom at fedoms.com
Sat Jan 10 14:33:29 EST 2009


that is fantastic new!

Victory is near, I can smell it hahahahahahahaha ...

Um, sry for that, I'm just really really happy and glad I made that post  
today. I've been trying to get this issue resolved for more than 14 days  
now and if now solution had shown up on the horizon I would have been  
forced to dump Haskell and do it all over again in Smalltalk and really  
quick on top of it because the final deadline is Jan 19.

The app is 95 % finished and really all that is missing is the bloody  
export to Access.

Thank you very very much.


Am 10.01.2009, 19:48 Uhr, schrieb kyra <kyrab at mail.ru>:

> John Goerzen wrote:
>> GЭnther Schmidt wrote:
>>> Kyra I've tried any sort of values to any sort of columns. I tried  
>>> "insert  into somesinglecolumntable (someNumbercolumn) values (?)"  
>>> [toSql 5] ...  and so on.
>>> So I'm not certain at all the error message does actually give the  
>>> right  clue.
>>> It just blows no matter what.
> It seems, I've managed to track down the issue.
> Access ODBC driver doesn't support sqlDescribeParam.
> bindCol (Database/HDBC/ODBC/Statement.hsc) contains the following stub  
> for this:
>            do poke pdtype #{const SQL_CHAR}
>               poke pcolsize 0
>               poke pdecdigits 0
> This does not work.
> I've made an experiment replacing 'poke pcolsize 0' with 'poke pcolsize  
> 255'. Now all integer or varchar bindings work!
> It seems simpleSqlColumns or something similar must be used.
> Cheers,
> Kyra

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