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From:Warren Young Date:November 29 2004 7:48pm
Subject:Re: MySQL 4.1 and MySQL++ 1.7.23: "Bad handshake"
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Ney André de Mello Zunino wrote:
> and that worked. Going back to the administrator and filling in a 
> password for "zunino@localhost" and using the *same* password in the 
> last parameter of the constructor call will _always_ result in a 
> "BadQuery" exception.

I don't know what's happening then.  I don't do anything special in my 
code to handle the password.  It just works.

I think you should take this up on the main MySQL mailing list...I think 
you'll have the same problem if you try the C API, since MySQL++ doesn't 
do anything special with the login info -- it just passes it right on to 
the C API.
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MySQL 4.1 and MySQL++ 1.7.23: "Bad handshake"Ney AndrĂ© de Mello Zunino25 Nov
  • Re: MySQL 4.1 and MySQL++ 1.7.23: "Bad handshake"Warren Young29 Nov
    • Re: MySQL 4.1 and MySQL++ 1.7.23: "Bad handshake"Ney AndrĂ© de Mello Zunino29 Nov
      • Re: MySQL 4.1 and MySQL++ 1.7.23: "Bad handshake"Warren Young29 Nov