CSOLEDB provider converts the GUID value incorrectly

Strings that are stored as a global unique identifier (GUID) must begin and end with curly brackets “{” and “}”. The CSOLEDB provider does not convert the GUID without the required beginning and ending curly brackets.


Make sure you insert the beginning and ending curly bracket before writing an event to the Web log file. For example, your site must generate the GUID in the commerce event of the type CEVT={T=ORD,EVT=SUBOR,ORID="fd5823ed-cac9-4b29-aa82-a18fe43b78e8"} as {fd5823ed-cac9-4b29-aa82-a18fe43b78e8}.

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