Specifying a Column with 16 bit ODBC driver Alias Yields Original Column's Name

By: Borland Staff

Abstract: Solution is to upgrade to 32-bit ODBC driver.

Problem:
The 16-bit ODBC driver version 2.10.0001 supports the column alias
feature but returns a column with the original name.  For example,

select first_name as FN  from employee;

returns:

first_name <-- It should be "FN" not "first_name".
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Solution:
IB 4.x
Intersolve 16-bit ODBC driver


The solution is to upgrade to the 32-bit ODBC driver.  If you are on
Windows 3.1, you will need to upgrade to Windows 95 or Windows NT
in order to install the 32-bit ODBC driver.

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