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From:Graham Reitz Date:August 10 2007 11:59pm
Subject:Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...
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Thanks for the reply Warren,

If the sql_blob is there it seg faults, if not it's ok.

The following code will get it to crash:  (Can you see anything?)

#include <string>
#include <mysql++.h>
#include <custom.h>

using namespace std;
using namespace mysqlpp;

sql_create_6(clients, 1, 6,
              unsigned int,     client_id,
              unsigned int,     billing_id,
              string,           client_first_name,
              string,           client_middle_initial,
              string,           client_last_name,
              sql_blob,         client_photo)

void populate_client_info(clients& client_info)
{
     client_info.billing_id = 1;
     client_info.client_first_name = "Joe";
     client_info.client_middle_initial = "T";
     client_info.client_last_name = "Shmo";
}

int main (int argc, char* const argv[])
{
     Connection connection("db_name","ip_addres","user",
                           "pw",3306, false);

     Query client_query = connection.query();

     clients a_client;
     populate_client_info(a_client);

     client_query.insert(a_client);

     return 0;
}




On Aug 9, 2007, at 7:04 AM, Warren Young wrote:

> Graham Reitz wrote:
>> I was able to narrow it down to this:
>> In the sql_create_N macro I have a blob entry:
>> mysqlpp::sql_blob, my_blob
>> If the sql_blob type is in the  sql_create call it  seg. faults,  
>> otherwise it succeeds.
>
> Can you modify examples/load_jpeg.cpp to exhibit the same problem?  
> Providing an example of the problem in a way anyone can run will  
> increase the chances that someone can help you.
>
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Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz9 Aug
  • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz9 Aug
    • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz9 Aug
      • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz9 Aug
        • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Warren Young9 Aug
          • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz11 Aug
          • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz11 Aug
            • Re: Query insert() Seg Faulting using SSQLS, not sure why...Graham Reitz11 Aug
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                • RE: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementJim Wallace12 Aug
                  • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz12 Aug
                  • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz12 Aug
                    • RE: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementJim Wallace12 Aug
                      • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz12 Aug
                      • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementWarren Young14 Aug
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Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz14 Aug
  • RE: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementJoel Fielder14 Aug
    • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz14 Aug
  • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementWarren Young15 Aug
    • Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_incrementGraham Reitz15 Aug
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