ID: 11782
Updated by: hholzgra
Old-Status: Open
Status: Bogus
Bug Type: ODBC related
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.6
Assigned To: 

this looks like an ODBC driver incompatibility
between the NT version and the Openlink driver,
it is most likely not related to PHP at all,
as PHP does only pass it on from ODBC to its
error log

you should report this error to the OpenLink 
maintainers instead IMHO

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-28 11:34:06] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When I run an odbc_exec from PHP-4.0.2 which connects to a Progress 83C database in 
to retreive an array field as follows:

select name,narrative@1 from customer

I get an SQL syntax error as follows:

Warning SQL Error [OpenLink][ODBC] Syntax error or access, SQL State 37000 in

It works on NT.

It would seem that PHP don't like the @ sign, How can I get it to like it.




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