Re: MSDE,Sql Server 7 & 2000 Adhoc Heterogenous Queries Buffer Overflow and DOSFrom: c c (cesarc56@UOL.COM.AR)
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Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 12:12:45 -0300 From: c c <cesarc56@UOL.COM.AR> To: NTBUGTRAQ@LISTSERV.NTBUGTRAQ.COM
Mark wrote :
>Ok, since I've been through something similar here
recently, MS may not be
>getting back to you since they already have a hotfix
for a part of this
>problem I found back in January:
>I would suggest anyone using OPENQUERY or the like try
>before throwing themselves under the bus. I've been
running their hotfix
>for some time now without any errors.
>Mark Deason - President
>Silverside Eq. Inc. - A Leasing Solution Provider
I think the problem that i mention in the advisory have
to do with OpenDatasource
and OpenRowset functions in the way that they handle
the parameters and is very
diferent to what you are talking : OPENQUERY function
and a linked server
with a particular oledb provider MSOLAP. Looking at
the link that you provide,
the problem that you describe applies to MDX queries
and Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Analysis Services and if you look at the files included
in the fix all the files belongs to
Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services and not to OLE
Parana, Entre Rios.
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