- A SQL Server stored procedure exists in one database, which selects records from a table in a different database
- The resulting recordset is returned to an application or service
- That recordset is then passed out-of-process as a disconnected ADO recordset to another client application
- An attempt is made to update the disconnected recordset
If the recordset is never marshaled out-of-process, but is instead delivered directly to the process that is attempting to update it, the UPDATE statement succeeds.
If you examine the trace logs, you'll see that the correct database.owner.tablename syntax was used while selecting the records, but only the tablename was used while constructing the UPDATE statement.
Because the Connection currently points to the database containing the stored procedure and the table does not exist in that database, "Invalid object name" errors will be returned.
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The English version of this fix should have the following file attributes or later:
Date Time Version Size File name Platform
7/22/99 2.12.4321 163KB msdaprst.dll
This problem was corrected in MDAC version 2.5 and later.
In order to alleviate memory fragmentation problems, significant code changes were made between MDAC 2.1 SP1 and MDAC 2.1 SP2. While it is not expected that any fatal errors will occur if this hotfix is applied to MDAC 2.1 SP1, doing so is strongly discouraged.
Please see the REFERENCES section below for more information.
Manual InstallationUse the following steps to manually install Msdaprst.dll:
- Close or stop any applications or services that are using Msdaprst.dll. This may include Internet Information Server (IIS), Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC), and any ADO or OLE DB applications.
- Download the hotfix version of Msdaprst.dll into a temporary directory.
- Locate and rename the current version of Msdaprst.dll, which should be in the \Program Files\Common files\System\Msadc folder.
- Copy the hotfix version of Msdaprst.dll into the same location, and restart your services and applications.
Important Notice for Windows 95 and Windows 98 UsersIf you are installing this fix onto a computer running Windows 95 or a computer with the original release of Windows 98, you may need to install the Windows 98 Migration DLL included with this fix. Please carefully read the Migrate_qfe.txt file that is included Migration.exe file included with the download.
REFERENCESFor more information on the memory fragmentation issue referenced above, see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Id. de artículo: 238092 - Última revisión: 27 ago. 2008 - Revisión: 1