win32 adodb/mdb; con.execute returns undef and not recordset.

Discussion in 'Perl' started by Vikas Yadav, Sep 9, 2003.

  1. Vikas Yadav

    Vikas Yadav Guest

    hi,

    I have been using a micro$oft mdb with adodb in win32 perl.
    the problem lately discovred is not ready to get solved.

    i need to check duplicate and i do a count(*) before insert.
    what happenbs is count(*) return undef.

    it was working perfectly earlier and did a lot of work good.
    but now it does not even run.

    i check ms and though memo fields are causing database currupting.
    i tried fresh db and even that did no help.

    the system where this program runs in remote. i can't do much there
    except send exe/db and ask to execute it.

    please help,
    vikas yadav,
    IN
     
    Vikas Yadav, Sep 9, 2003
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