[Mono-list] ODBC & Mono 2.0? Mine broke.

Gert Driesen gert.driesen at telenet.be
Thu Oct 23 12:45:31 EDT 2008

Hey Timo,

AFAIKT, the libodbc.cs changes were not part of Mono 1.9.1:


So these are still my first suspect (even though they fix a bug on Windows,
and do not break MySQL on Linux).

Can you build Mono from source, if I provide you a patch to undo the Unicode


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Hello Gert,

thanks for your reply!
I am usually using Mono on Linux, just for testing purposes I sometimes work
on Windows.
It seems the bug that I reported only happened on Windows.
My colleague reported the bug here:
I have changed the OS to WinXP.

Unfortunately, on Linux even without your patch I get a different error:
System.Data.Odbc.OdbcException : ERROR [1700]
[unixODBC][DataDirect-Technologies][ODBC 20101 driver]6011

I have built my Linux mono with your patch, but the error is the same on

I read your comments on bug
https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=434772 that you suspect your
changes to libodbc.cs to have caused trouble. But those changes were before
the release of 1.9.1, and 1.9.1 works fine for me.
I saw many commits in directory System.Data by raja in September, and I
wonder if that major restructuring has had an effect on Odbc operations as
Or have those commits from raja been to a different branch and not been part
of the Mono 2.0 release?

Thanks for your help,

gertdriesen wrote:
> Hey Timo,
> Are you using Mono on Windows or Linux? I can reproduce it on Windows, but
> not on Linux.
> I have attached a patch that fixes the issue for me on Windows, but I
> don't
> want to risk breaking ODBC support on Unix (any further).
> Can you test the patch?
> Gert

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