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From:Jonatan Taminau Date:October 14 2005 7:07am
Subject:Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++
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> ...and if you say:
> 
>         cout << e.what() << endl;
> 
> instead?

Then I get:

"You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds
to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'blabla' at
line 1"

Which is ok, the only strange problem is that it's of type exception so I
can't do any more robust error handling...


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Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++Jonatan Taminau14 Oct
  • Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++Chris Frey14 Oct
Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++Jonatan Taminau14 Oct
  • Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++Chris Frey14 Oct
Re: Re: Exceptions in mysql++Jonatan Taminau17 Oct