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About ODBC Result Set Limitations
« on: November 27, 2008, 01:45:11 AM »
ODBC Result Set Limitations

I am connecting to a backend DB using a simple SQL command "Select * From TABLE", when the Table has under 4300 Rows everything is fine. When the table has over 4300 rows it doesn\'t see it as valid Result Set. This is weird.

Now my question is if I hit some knid of limit and how can I work around it, these tables have upwards of 15000 rows.

Any Idea?

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About ODBC Result Set Limitations
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