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Developer's Report: Firebird ODBC Driver
December 2010 to February 2011
  • improved, URL:, "Help outdated"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "SQLGetTypeInfo missing rows for unicode data types"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "{t } and {d } escape secuences and space"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "Wrong result of function {fn DAYOFWEEK()}"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "SQLGetData is not consistent with SQL_DESC_DISPLAY_SIZE for timestamp column"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "SQLGetTypeInfo return TypeName "FLOAT" but SQLColumns return TypeName "REAL" for column with this type"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "Incorrect sqlbindparameter and sqlbindcol SQLLEN* parameter"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "SQLFreeHandle - exception instead of returning value"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "ODBC driver 2.0 RC2 crashes in SQLFreeHandle"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "Trusted Authentication does not work consistently"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "Crash in SQLGetData with bookmarks"
  • fixed bug, URL:, "Dynamic SQL Error -504 Cursor Unknown"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "Not able to connect to a database with User DSN and Firebird 64bit ODBC"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "DSN-Less Connection does not work"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "Add "localhost" to the DbName when Browse button is used to locate a file on the local hard drive"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "No ODBC-connection with database using firebird-sql 1.5 and firebirdODBC under Windows Server 2008 SP2 64bit"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "ODBC Driver 64 bit doesn't work with remote access"
  • resolved issue, URL:, "When saving data type text in a field of type blob subtype 1, the information is being saved in binary form"
Alexander Potapchenko
Murom, Russian Federation
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