I ditched the binary password representation, not needed. (you're
On Aug 9, 2007, at 7:01 AM, Warren Young wrote:
> Graham Reitz wrote:
>> How would you initialize password in the following SSQLS?
>> sql_create_2(clients, 1, 2,
>> unsigned int, client_id,
>> mysqlpp::sql_tinyblob, password)
>> clients client;
>> client.client_id = 1;
>> client.password = ????;
> I imagine you're using a BLOB type because you're keeping the
> password in some sort of binary representation, so a straight
> assignment won't work. Perhaps you're using a hashing scheme and
> want to use the raw binary form instead of a hexadecimal text
> If reconsidering the choice to use a binary representation isn't an
> option, you can get by with this:
> ColData cd(ptr_to_data, bytes_in_data_block);
> client.password = cd;
> All of the BLOB types as of v2.3 are typedefs for ColData.
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