Thank you Warren Young for the response
We have a ton of ancient code in VC++ 6.0. That was why I downloaded
We want a simple way to query the MySQL data from IE through Windows Web
Server (IIS) and display results inside IE. Actually, the error message
displayed in IE came from Web Server when
http://Web_server_IP_address/examples.exe was run, so you may try this
URL to see what happens.
Again, thank you for the response
- Jeechen Pan
From: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped]
Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2007 5:19 PM
To: MySQL++ Mailing List
Subject: Re: API to retrieve MySQL data by Windows Web Server (IIS)
Jeechen Pan wrote:
> "CGI Error: The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning
> complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:"
This has nothing to do with MySQL++. CGI has certain very specific
requirements, which you must follow. You can either Google for
information on CGI, or look at the cgi_jpeg example in the most recent
version of MySQL++.
Just as an aside, if I had to use IIS and C++ together, I'd probably
look at ISAPI before CGI. It'll be far more efficient. The only reason
we even have a CGI example in MySQL++ is the portable and low-overhead
nature of CGI. The CGI aspect is a side issue: the main point of that
example is dealing with BLOBs, not HTTP.
> 1.7.1-Win32-vc++ API was used on Windows XP.
I'm genuinely curious: why are you using that version when the MySQL++
web page makes it crystal clear that we won't support it, and that there
is a free alternative that we will support? I'm amazed that anyone ever
downloads this version, and yet it continues to be downloaded. There's
something I clearly don't understand here, but I would like to. If you
can enlighten me, I would appreciate it.
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