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srv_setutype

SQL Server 2000

Sets the user-defined data type for a column in a row.

Syntax

int srv_setutype (
SRV_PROC * srvproc,
int column,
DBINT user_type );

Arguments

srvproc

Is a pointer to the SRV_PROC structure that is the handle for a particular client connection. The structure contains information the ODS Library uses to manage communication and data between the Open Data Services server application and the client.

column

Indicates which column to set. Columns are numbered beginning with 1.

user_type

Specifies the user-defined data type code.

Returns

SUCCEED or FAIL. Returns FAIL if the column does not exist.

Remarks

A column has two data types: its actual data type and its user-defined data type. The user-defined data type is used by Microsoft® SQL Server™ to store the actual user-defined data type of the column (if any) and column description information (such as nullability and updatability) for the column.

The srv_setutype function can be called any time that column has been defined with srv_describe and before the last row has been sent.

See Also

srv_describe

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