After creating a link table pointing to ASE, when you open the link table, MS Access shows "#Name?" as character column values.
- ODBC Trace shows that SQLGetData() with SQL_C_WCHAR fails due to "Invalid character conversion. (30062)".
- This problem occurs only if ASE's charset is utf8 and ODBC Driver's charset property is "ClientDefault" and clientcharset property is not "utf8".
SAP ASE ODBC Driver 15.7
SAP ASE ODBC Driver 16.0
Microsoft Windows x86 (32-bit)
Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)
ASE's charset is utf8 and ASE's language is japanese
ODBC Driver's charset property is "ClientDefault" and clientcharset property is such as "sjis" or "eucjis".
ODBC, MS Access, ODBC-call failed, sjis, utf8, #Name?, SQLGetData, SQL_C_WCHAR, Invalid character conversion, 30062, #815494 , KBA , BC-SYB-SDK , SDK , Bug Filed
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