Hi Warren, thanks for your answers again.
I used ethereal to sniff the connexion between my program and the server and
information are unreadable. I also did this without using SSL and
information were readable, conclusion : it works.
I searched mysql++ files to see what happens and I found this in
Connection::enable_ssl(const char* key, const char* cert,
const char* ca, const char* capath, const char* cipher)
mysql_ssl_set(&mysql_, key, cert, ca, capath, cipher);
If I understand well this code, the function mysql_ssl_set() will be used
only if HAVE_MYSQL_SSL_SET is defined.....But this flag never appear
anywhere else in this file or in another one, it is never defined.
Is it an error in mysql++ code or do I must define this flag in my own code
I think I'm going to try to change connection.cpp and recompile the library,
I'll let you know the result.
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