It is another Saturday in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Last night I changed the alarm to wake up at 05:15 AM. That said I was up around 05:00 AM. My wife and her friend want to get an early start shopping. They should be back around 11:00 AM. They both took masks, gloves and umbrellas. The forecast does not call for rain in this area, but around the time they were leaving there were some spotty dark clouds.
The latest and greatest on liberals is to allow defilement of statues of Christopher Columbus around the country. Not sure what is the point and more important what will change with such actions. Continue reading “Added new CLI to the iCAS”
I have an issue for which I have already posted a question “ODBC SQLDriverConnect crashes when running as a service” in Stack Overflow. I am generating this post to provide additional information and will add a link to it in Stack Overflow.
The software in question was written in C. It is a 32-bit application. When it starts it performs some checks and opens SQL Server database. The software support most (never say all) versions of SQL Server.
The base software has been running on different versions of Windows. The original software was designed about 20 years ago.
I am using a Windows 10 machine. The problem seems to happen in other versions of Windows (e.g., Windows Server 2016 Standard). Continue reading “ODBC SQLDriverConnect Crashes Service”