You emailed this a while ago, but I've been playing around with the type
info classes in mysql++... don't have any insights on your problem yet,
but what version of mysql C API (not mysql++) are you running?
(please reply to the list)
On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 05:09:54PM -0300, Nicolas Barrera wrote:
> i ve already done it.. base_type().name() under the %s format brings
> me up a beautiful "x"!!!
> On 4/25/05, Chris Frey <cdfrey@stripped> wrote:
> > On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 11:45:49AM -0300, Nicolas Barrera wrote:
> > > hi i m having the following problem...
> > > i 'm starting a query with the count(*) function....
> > > like: select aFieldName, count(*) as cant ........ ;
> > >
> > > the thing is that i m doing a type check when i got the Result object...
> > >
> > > with, result.types(j).base_type() == typeid(std::string)
> > > and with resultado.types(j).base_type() == typeid(int)
> > You could try printing the base_type to see what it is.
> > - Chris
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