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ODBC API
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SQLAllocEnv
SQLAllocHandle
SQLBindCol
SQLBrowseConnect
SQLConfigDataSource
SQLConnect
SQLCreateDataSource
SQLDataSources
SQLDisconnect
SQLDriverConnect
SQLDrivers
SQLExecDirect
SQLFetch
SQLFreeEnv
SQLFreeHandle
SQLGetConfigMode
SQLGetConnectAttr
SQLGetDiagRec
SQLGetEnvAttr
SQLGetFunctions
SQLGetInfo
SQLGetInstalledDrivers
SQLGetPrivateProfileString
SQLInstallerError
SQLManageDataSources
SQLNativeSql
SQLRowCount
SQLSetConfigMode
SQLSetEnvAttr
SQLTables
Code examples:
Testing an ODBC connection for supporting specific functionality
SQLGetFunctions
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SQLGetFunctions returns information about whether a driver supports a specific ODBC function.
Code examples:
Testing an ODBC connection for supporting specific functionality
Declaration:
SQLRETURN SQLGetFunctions(
    SQLHDBC     ConnectionHandle,
    SQLUSMALLINT     FunctionId,
    SQLUSMALLINT *     SupportedPtr);
FoxPro declaration:
DECLARE SHORT SQLGetFunctions IN odbc32;
    INTEGER   ConnectionHandle,;
    INTEGER   FunctionId,;
    INTEGER @ SupportedPtr

Parameters:
ConnectionHandle
[Input]
Connection handle.

FunctionId
[Input]
A #define value that identifies the ODBC function of interest.

SupportedPtr
[Output]
If FunctionId identifies a single ODBC function, SupportedPtr points to a single SQLUSMALLINT value that is SQL_TRUE if the specified function is supported by the driver, and SQL_FALSE if it is not supported.
Return value:
SQL_SUCCESS, SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO, SQL_ERROR, or SQL_INVALID_HANDLE.
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