Icon Incident Reports Addressed in 1.06

The following is a list of the incident reports addressed in version 1.06. Click on the incident # in order to view the details of the incident report.

Serious Problems

12442Expressions in the RAISE Statement Cause and Compile Error or Access ViolationNo
12448Inserting BLOB Column Value via the Delphi ADO Components and ODBC Driver Causes ErrorNo
12450Locates that Can Use an Existing Index Return True After Last Table Row DeletedNo
12451Cancelling a Long Query that is Returning an Insensitive Result Set Causes the Query to RestartNo
12453LoadFromStream and SaveToStream Methods Not Working with Remote SessionsNo
12456Using an ORDER BY Clause with Two or More Expressions Causes AV with RequestSensitive=TrueYes
12458Parameterized UNION Queries Causing Access ViolationYes
12459Non-Join Expressions in JOIN Clause of SELECT Statement Can Cause Access ViolationYes
12462CDCollector Example Application's .DPR File CorruptedYes
12463NOT IN Sub-Queries Returning Incorrect Results with Sensitive Result SetsNo
12464ALTER DATABASE Not Working When Modifying DescriptionNo
12465A Filter on the Detail Table in a Master-Detail Link Do Not Refresh Properly When Master MovesYes
12466Unicode ODBC Driver Not Working ProperlyNo
12467Refreshing a View After Another Session Has Updated the Source Tables Does Not WorkNo
12468IMPORT TABLE Not Working Properly for Unicode ApplicationsNo
12469NOT EXISTS Operator Not Working Properly in UPDATE or DELETE WHERE ClauseNo

Minor Problems

12449Error Not Raised when CASCADE Option Used with Foreign Key DefinitionsYes
12452Transactions Topic in Manual Shows Wrong Parameters for StartTransaction MethodNo
12455Altering a Column's Type in the ElevateDB Manager Causes SQL Compilation ErrorNo
12457Reverse Engineering Adding Version Number with International Decimal SeparatorNo
12460ElevateDB Manager Does Not Start Up with the Main Window Centered on the DesktopNo
12461ORDER BY Clause Is Allowed in a CREATE TABLE AS Statement SELECT PortionNo
12470Using OLDROW or NEWROW Aliases with USING Clause Parameters Causes Compilation ErrorYes