Odbc Error Fractional Truncation
This is true for both MDAC and SQL Native Client. While hanging in QA is consistent with he "timeout expired" in Access (QA does not have any timeout by default), my suspicion is that the first error left the row lock You can use sp_who2 to determine if you have any blocking. Note that many records in the table have been modified since the change, and there doesn't seem to be a problem. http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-oracle-odbc-numeric-value-out-of-range.html
dchst Starting Member South Africa 12 Posts Posted-12/04/2012: 13:13:40 quote:Originally posted by sunitabeckStart -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options -> Regional Options tab -> Customize Summary of fixes included in the IBM InfoSphere Information Server, Version 8.5 release. One record in the table now cannot be updated. I can only think that whatever IT did, it involved overwriting or disabling something between VB6 and SQL, presumably something to do with ODBC drivers.David Topic Reply to Topic
This comprehensive step-by-step guide will help get your database-driven ASP.NET web site up and running in no time.. Come on over! All rights reserved. In Access, get message:[microsoft][odbc sql server driver]fractional truncation (#0)[microsoft][odbc sql server driver]timeout expired (#0) Note that these errors are from ODBC SQL Server driver, not from SQL Server. >In QA (using
Neil (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes: >Using SQL 7 with an Access 2000 MDB front end with ODBC linked tables.Have a DateModified field which previously was smalldatetime. Both inserts succeed if the precision/column size argument to SQLBindParameter is in the range 17..23. The exact error is. User Name Remember Me?
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As far as we can tell so far the problem happens when you have an ODBC v2 app binding date/time data with precision/scale (column size/decimal digits in ODBC v3 terminology) values Did you close down the Access application? Any input will be sincerely appreciated! It just seems to be this one record (possible others that we haven't come across yet) that will not allow updates.
While hanging in QA is consistent with he "timeout expired" in Access (QA does not have any timeout by default), my suspicion is that the first error left the row lock P.S. Their IT department visited today and changed machine names and probably some other settings.I do not believe the fractional truncation error can be code related and is more likely to be In Access, get message: [microsoft][odbc sql server driver]fractional truncation (#0) [microsoft][odbc sql server driver]timeout expired (#0) Note that these errors are from ODBC SQL Server driver, not from SQL Server.
Thanks for your assistance! :-) Dec 19 '07 #5 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-556.html Learn the most practical features and best approaches for ASP.NET. Hi. im doing application using MSQL2005.
The reason I thought it was corrupted was because, from what I read, the "fractional truncation" message has to do with date/time fields. See Trademarks or appropriate markings. We are investigating this as a bug in SQL Natve Client. http://brecnc.org/odbc-error/odbc-error-merant-odbc-sqlbase-driver.html Changedover the weekend to datetime.
Examine further to see which application it's running. Changed over the weekend to datetime. Thanks! "Neil"
Anyone have any clues why this might be happening? The client machines also have this problem.I have taken a copy of the database but I am unable to replicate the error on my machines. How can I resolve without recreating the record (or is that the only way)? Connect with top rated Experts 13 Experts available now in Live!
PERCENT_RANK() function value always in be… MS SQL Server Executing a SQL Script from a Unix Shell Script and Passing Parameters Video by: Steve This video shows how to set up Bill ChambersChambers & Associateswww.ChambersData.com RE: SQL Server Error:Fractional Truncation MikeLewis (Programmer) 5 Oct 05 17:12 Bill,Sorry I couldn't be more help. Why I get this error instead of Quote: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Violation of UNIQUE KEY constraint '
Field is updated with a trigger that setsvalue to GetDate().One record in the table now cannot be updated. You're now being signed in. Changedover the weekend to datetime. Conn->Full Connect to either driver SQLExecDirect("create table foo (col1 smalldatetime)") SQLPrepare("insert into foo values (?)") SQLBindParameter(1,SQL_PARAM_INPUT=1, SQL_C_TIME=10, SQL_TYPE_TIMESTAMP=93, 16, 0, 0, 0, FALSE, 01:01:01 ) SQLExecute-->SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO SQLExecDirect("select * from foo") Results->Get Data
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