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using api call after calling stored procedure
Posted by: Mary Miller-Clark
Date: July 23, 2007 04:34PM

Using ODBC 3.51.17, just downloaded today. I have a C++ application that calls a mysql stored procedure. All works as it should. Problem: Is there any ODBC API call that I can make to get the number of rows that were changed when the mysql procedure was called? Previous to using a procedure, we prepared and executed a sql statement in our code, then called the odbc api: SQLRowcount.
Otherwise, I could return the number of affected rows from the procedure, provided I can return that as an OUT parameter, along with my other OUT parameters. However, can't seem to get multiple out parameters to work.

All help/suggestions will be appreciated.

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