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Keywords: SQL warning
I was looking at SQL_TXN_ISOLATION under qSetConnOpt, but it's not clear to me what to use.
qSetConnOpt(hdbc, 111, DllHWnd(""), @FALSE)This sets the SQL_QUIET_MODE option, by specifying the WinBatch window handle as the owner of any dialog boxes that the SQL driver might need to display. It may be defaulting to a NULL handle, in which case no dialogs would be displayed. I don't know if this will work, but it's worth a try.
Article ID: W12532
Filename: Continue a SQL Query after a Warning Message from Driver.txt
File Created: 2017:07:28:13:58:31
Last Updated: 1999:04:15:16:47:52