If you are using Visual Basic 6, set this property to true to simplify handling of row data returned by the UploadRow and DownloadRow events.
Public Property DetailedInfoMessageEnabled( ) As Boolean Member of DbmlsyncCOM.Dbmlsync
Visual Basic 6 does not support unsigned 32 bit values and any 64 bit values. Data of these types may be returned by the ColumnValue property of an IRowTransferData object. When UseVB6Types is set to true, data of these types is converted to other types supported by Visual Basic 6 for easier processing. Uint32 values are converted to double; 64 bit values are converted to strings.
The following example enables data type coercion for a Dbmlsync integration component instance used in Visual Basic 6.0:
dbmlsync1.UseVB6Types = True
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