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#ifndef DBSPECIFIC_H
#define DBSPECIFIC_H
// Items specific to databases.
//
// Obviously we'd like to minimize this, but if they are needed this file isolates them. I'd like for there to be a
// single build of pyodbc on each platform and not have a bunch of defines for supporting different databases.
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// SQL Server
#define SQL_SS_XML -152 // SQL Server 2005 XML type
#define SQL_DB2_XML -370 // IBM DB/2 XML type
#define SQL_SS_TIME2 -154 // SQL Server 2008 time type
struct SQL_SS_TIME2_STRUCT
{
SQLUSMALLINT hour;
SQLUSMALLINT minute;
SQLUSMALLINT second;
SQLUINTEGER fraction;
};
// The SQLGUID type isn't always available when compiling, so we'll make our own with a
// different name.
struct PYSQLGUID
{
// I was hoping to use uint32_t, etc., but they aren't included in a Python build. I'm not
// going to require that the compilers supply anything beyond that. There is PY_UINT32_T,
// but there is no 16-bit version. We'll stick with Microsoft's WORD and DWORD which I
// believe the ODBC headers will have to supply.
DWORD Data1;
WORD Data2;
WORD Data3;
byte Data4[8];
};
#endif // DBSPECIFIC_H