The README.examples file included in the top level of the distribution
explains how to get started and use the examples. I suggest reading that
file first, particularly the section titled 'Getting Started with the
Examples', although I see that this information is also contained in section
3 of the user manual.
Those instructions, combined with the sample source code, the user manual,
and the reference manual, should help you get going.
On 5/22/07, Dr. BVLS Prasad <burrashiva@stripped> wrote:
> Hi ,
> thank you.
> I did read the user manual.
> so, it means that:
> a) I have to create the database , table using the methods available
> and the query object
> b) insert the data and /or execute the queries using query object.
> b) then use ssqls to access the data from the table in / out of order
> keeping the parameters same/similar.
> am I on track.?
> wouldnt it be nice to create an object which will automatically create
> the table schema
> and also table "named" structure.? Its an object composing "query"
> and "an ssql".
> This would ease the table generation and further interactive
> programming much easier from
> a developer's point of view. I think it should be possible.
> (especially it will be most comfortable to the work running into
> millions of schemas and trillions of data in the form of rows as is
> the case with biological sequences and structures.)
> I would try it myself and keep you posted on that.
> I look forward to your comments.
> thank you very much for the help.
> On 5/22/07, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> > Dr. BVLS Prasad wrote:
> > >
> > > a) Does SSQLs create table
> > No. It requires that you already have a table with a similar layout to
> > the SSQLS. You don't have to get the types all exactly the same, but
> > you do have to have the same number, order and general sort of columns
> > in the MySQL table as in the SSQLS.
> > > mysqlpp::Connection con;
> > > con.create_db("testing");
> > > con.select_db("testing");
> > > con.connect("testing","localhost","root","beta");
> > You can't create or select a database before connecting to the database
> > server. See examples/resetdb.cpp
> > > Pl. help me to break this initial inertia.
> > Have you tried reading the user manual?
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