Row cannot be located for updating

One of the common conversations I've come across in a typical work day is as below Emp X: I just found that the IDENTITY column values for couple of tables have jumped to a new range Emp Y: Can you check if there was any server restart? The MS connect link which discusses this is given below For setting this we had to go to SQLServer configuration manager and set trace flag 272 in the startup parameters as discussed here SQL 2017, we have a good news.

The status column in the remote server table have to be updated later.

For more information, see Can't connect to [local] My SQL server.

The following error is reported when using transactions: .

Currently, Connector/ODBC will return a value even though no parsing takes place in the driver to handle the outer join escape sequence.

I can correctly store extended characters in the database (Hebrew/CJK) using Connector/ODBC 5.1, but when I retrieve the data, the text is not formatted correctly and I get garbled characters.

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This error is specific to Access 97 and versions of Connector/ODBC earlier than 3.51.02.

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