setting the DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS property of the MS OLEDB provider to False

The program is using MS OLEDB provider and there is a query

select count(*) from table where column1 is null;

This query gives the following error "ORA-00937: not a single-group group function". However this works fine with SQL Plus.

I came to know that if DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS parameter of MS OLEDB  is set to True, then the pseudo column "rowid" is appending to the select list....  so while executing the query becomes

select count(*).rowid from table where column1 is null;

Hence the error. Now I need to set the parameter
DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS  to false. How can I do the same?
chandra_shaileshAsked:
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jayeshshahCommented:
Hi,

you can do this in your connectionstring.

please see below an example
Con.open "Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle;Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=Username;Password=asdasd;DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS=false;"


Regards

JBS
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chandra_shaileshAuthor Commented:
Hi JBS,

Thanks for the response. I tried setting both the DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS and DBPROP_UNIQUROWS to false. But the oracle error "ORA-00937" still persisted. Then I tried changing the cursor type from ClientSide to ServerSide and this seems to work. Now I have a connection string which looks like  

Con.open "Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle;Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=Username;Password=asdasd;Data Source=abc;"

and while opening the recordset I am using the

psd_rs.CursorLocation = adUseServer.

Regards,
Anoop
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TylerTheWimpCommented:
Using a server-side recordset is ill-advised for any database app that will require numerous connections presently or in the future.  If this is the case in your situation, I would try using  a client-side recordset and work through the problems you are having.  Perhaps you need to set the dynamic property on the recordset object and not the connection object:


dim psd_rs as adodb.recordset
set psd_rs = new adodb.recordset

set psd_rs.activeconnection = <open oracle connection variable>
psd_rs.properties(" DBPROP_MSDAORA_DETERMINEKEYCOLUMNS") = false


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