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Problem with Shared Memory Link

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-08-27 19:46:05.0Z
Aynur Demircan Posted on 2004-08-26 07:51:40.0Z
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Subject: Problem with Shared Memory Link
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Hi,
We are using SQL Server Anwhere 7.0.4 as our database
server.
From a program written in Visual C++ 7.0(MFC), we are tring
to open a recordset, do some processing with the row we
fetch, and then delete the row. after that, we scroll to the
next record in the recordset. The problem is, when the
Shared Memory option is checked on the ODBC Data source
Configuration window (Network Tab), the program gets stuck
after deleteing a few rows (Gets stuck while trying to do a
CRecordset::MoveNext after a delete or a CRecordset::Close()
after the MoveNext). But when only the TCP/IP option is
checked, there's not such a problem.

Does anyone have any idea about the problem?

Thanks in advance.

Aynur


Rick Blythe Posted on 2004-08-27 19:46:05.0Z
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<Aynur Demircan> wrote in message
news:412d968c.132c.1681692777@sybase.com...
Hi,
We are using SQL Server Anwhere 7.0.4 as our database
server.
From a program written in Visual C++ 7.0(MFC), we are tring
to open a recordset, do some processing with the row we
fetch, and then delete the row. after that, we scroll to the
next record in the recordset. The problem is, when the
Shared Memory option is checked on the ODBC Data source
Configuration window (Network Tab), the program gets stuck
after deleteing a few rows (Gets stuck while trying to do a
CRecordset::MoveNext after a delete or a CRecordset::Close()
after the MoveNext). But when only the TCP/IP option is
checked, there's not such a problem.

Does anyone have any idea about the problem?

Thanks in advance.

Aynur