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I have an application that used to run on SQL 7.0. I upgraded my development SQL server to 2000 but my applications started treating @return_value differently. On SQL 7.0 it used to show return value as @return_value now it shows as return_value (without @). Is there a way I can fix this.
Hi there, are you talking about the name of the ‘return value’ in the calling application? What is the calling application? Cheers
How are you referencing the @return_value against the database? Satya SKJ
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Yes Twan i am talking about the name of the ‘return value’. EDIFY is the calling application.
Hi ya, Ok, well I must admit that I don’t actually know the answer… the version of MDAC is the same on server and client? SQL2k will have upgraded MDAC to 2.7??