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Supported Field Types via ODBC
12-30-2010, 06:10 PM
Post: #1
Supported Field Types via ODBC
Mach5 Mailer 4 supports the following field types via ODBC:

Int, String, Boolean, Date.

The following SQL types are supported via remapping:

Integer -> Int
VarChar ->String
Char -> String
Enum -> String
Date -> Date
DateTime ->Date
Boolean -> Boolean

some parts of the SQL data types are not supported:

Non-Standard Int sizes, Text, Blob, & Null value fields are all unsupported.

If you have any of the above fields, Mailer is likely to behave strangely.

If the field you are reading from is not listed in the supported field types, please DO NOT use it with Mailer. You're mailing may not function properly.
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08-10-2017, 01:12 AM
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RE: Supported Field Types via ODBC
The SQL Server Native Client ODBC driver maps SQL Server SQL information types to ODBC SQL information types. The segments beneath talk about the SQL Server SQL information types and the Assignment Writing ODBC SQL information sorts to which they outline. They also discuss the ODBC SQL information types and their relating ODBC C information types, and the bolstered and default changes.
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10-10-2017, 05:33 AM
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02-16-2018, 07:24 AM
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RE: Supported Field Types via ODBC
Here we can see the supported field types through ODBC. Good to see the SQL types here those are supported through remapping. All these information you have provided here are new for me and it was really useful since I am using SQL for my program.urostomy pouch
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