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Note This article applies to objects derived from CRecordset in which bulk row fetching has not been implemented.
If you are using bulk row fetching, see the article Recordset: Fetching Records in Bulk (ODBC).
Note If you are developing a new application, it is recommended that you consider using ADO. NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server instead of SQL Server Native Client to access all the new features of recent versions of SQL Server. NET Framework Data Provider for SQL Server, see the . These enhancements allow ADO applications to use newer SQL Server features and to consume two data types introduced in SQL Server 2005: xml and udt. This example assumes that the Point UDT has already been registered in the database.
These enhancements also exploit enhancements to the varchar, nvarchar, and varbinary data types.
SQL Server Native Client adds the SSPROP_INIT_DATATYPECOMPATIBILITY initialization property to the DBPROPSET_SQLSERVERDBINIT property set for use by ADO applications so that the new data types are exposed in a way compatible with ADO.
In addition, the SQL Server Native Client OLE DB provider also defines a new connection string keyword named Data Type Compatibility that is set in the connection string.
If you do not need to use any of the new features introduced in SQL Server 2005, there is no need to use the SQL Server Native Client OLE DB provider; you can continue using your current data access provider, which is typically SQLOLEDB. Recordset Dim str Old UDT As String Dim str New UDT As String Dim ary Temp UDT() As String Dim str Temp ID As String Dim i As Integer con.