NO_BACKSLASH_ESCAPES mode was used on a
server, escaping binary data led to server query parsing errors.
Inserting a new record using
not correspond to the database name specified in the
SELECT statement when querying tables from
databases other than the current one.
SQLSetPos attempted to do the
INSERT in the current database, but finished
SQL_ERROR result and “Table does
not exist” message from MySQL Server.
No result record was returned for
SQLGetTypeInfo for the
TIMESTAMP data type. An application would
receive the result
return code 100
Microsoft Access was not able to read
values properly from a table with just two columns of type
#DELETE appeared instead of the correct