Re: "Optional feature not implemented" "State:S1C00" for SQL Server

dushkin <>
Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:27:52 -0700 (PDT)
Uli, Thank you for your kind help.

The connection string I use is
   a_sConnectString = "DSN=TalTest1;UID=sa;PWD=Aa123456";
and I use it in
  m_db.OpenEx(a_sConnectString, CDatabase::openReadOnly);

as m_db is a CDatabase object.

The DSN is of course registerd in the ODBC administrator as an SQL
Server data source

The query is

   select externallessonid from LessonDetails where subid = '100100'
and lessonid > '9000'

and the function is


        CODBCRecordset rs(&m_db);

            for( ; ! rs.IsEOF(); rs.MoveNext() )
                m_sValue = rs.GetString(0);
            return NULL;


        return m_sValue.GetBuffer(1);

        return NULL;

It is not a generic function. It assumes only one record as the query
I also use the CODBCRecordset class from

I am working with SQL Server 2005 SP3 X64


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