Re: VB6 SP3 / ADO2.1 /Ora 8 - "Error - Memory could not be written"

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Date: Mon, 16 Aug 1999 09:06:19 GMT
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This is a recurring question on the newsgroups and is a result of a bug in the Oracle and client files, certainly when using the latest Microsoft ODBC driver (which was built with package support in mind). 8.0.3 is fine for NT as is 8.0.5

In article <7p8eah$je1$>,   "Dirk Bellemans" <Dirk.Bellemans_at_skynet.belgium> wrote:
> The number of parameters that can be used to call a procedure may be
> by your ODBC driver. Try the one from Intersolv. If that can't fix
it, your
> problem is elsewhere and, euh, no longer relevant to oracle
> --
> Dirk Bellemans
> Modify email address to reply (use .be instead of .belgium)
> jason wrote in message <7op0t2$88b$>...
> >The action runs successfully if I limit the number of parameters to
5 but
> >this no good to me.

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Share what you know. Learn what you don't. Received on Mon Aug 16 1999 - 11:06:19 CEST

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