Warren Young wrote:
> Drew Vogel wrote:
>> I am using the State Threads library, but the library never actually
>> creates a new thread
> Are you rebuilding MySQL++ with thread support, and linking your code
> to the thread-safe version of the MySQL C API library? Are you
> observing the thread safety requirements spelled out in the MySQL C
> API documentation?
State Threads aren't preemptible. All mysql queries (at least at this
point) are done before the state threads library is even initalized.
>> Any ideas how closing or not closing the Connection object (well
>> after the conversion is made) could have any effect on the conversion?
> Connection objects are designed to last the lifetime of the program,
> if necessary. You do not have to close it in order to get good data.
> I think all you have done is perturbed your bug into hiding from you;
> it's still there, waiting to bite you again.
Right, I'm closing the Connection object right before main() returns --
well after the conversion is made -- which is which it is so hard for me
to believe that this is what fixed it.