reading both the documentation and the MARC I found two serious

1) it seems that it's impossible to tell a query that is correct but has no
from a query which is syntactically wrong (and consequently has no records);

or at least it seems to be impossibile to distinguish these two cases
without using odbc_num_rows, which is buggy itself
(because it loses in generality, so can't be used).

2) when using myodbc the string returned by odbc_errormsg() is always
non-sense: it doesn't contain
the real error msg returned by the db-server, but

"unixODBC][MySQL][ODBC 3.51 Driver][mysqld-3.23.56-Max-log]Option value
changed to default static cursor"

that obviously doesn't say anything useful.

Is there a way to workaround, or even better to solve, these problems?


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