You will have much better results if you use the odbtp extension instead
of the odbc extenstion, especially on Linux. The odbtp_field_type()
function will give you the correct type name.
Also, you could use the mssql extension. However, mssql_field_type()
returns type names that are not exact. For example, it returns "char" for
all character fields even if their type is "varchar", "text", "nchar",
"nvarchar" or "ntext".
On Thu, 8 Jul 2004, Jean-François Léost wrote:
> I want to use the function "odbc_field_type" on a linux mandrake 10 with PHP
> 4.3.7 with unixODBC et freeTDS
> This function never give me a good answer :
> Example of an answer :
> Xÿ¿p [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL PROTECTED]@
> Someone can help me ?
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