Arlis Rose wrote:
> First: what query could I pass that would create a backup of the database
Why reinvent the wheel? The mysqldump command was created for this very
purpose. Just execute it in the background.
> Second: (this one I think I know already but don't hurt to ask :) to then
> delete all entries from that database
> (I'd assume it would just be:
> querry.Format("DELETE * From receivedemail");
That could work, but it's probably much more efficient to drop and
re-create the database/table.
It doesn't seem that you're using MySQL++, by the way, which is the
purpose of this list. For general MySQL usage questions, including use
of the C API, use the main MySQL mailing list. For other APIs, I'm sure
they have their own mailing lists.