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Old 10-10-2013, 01:29 AM   #1
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Question FreeTDS - number of columns and rows

Ok, here's my question for today.

I am using FreeTDS to issue sql commands on a MS SQL Server database. Sometimes I'm running stored procedures..where the output number of column count varies. Is there a call I can make to figure out how many columns were returned?
Similar, I would like to know how many rows were returned before I start looping through them.
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Have you consulted the Free TDS Web Site, and the Documentation?

Free TDS Web Site

Free TDS User Guide

]Free TDS API Primary Functions


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