I don't know if this will solve your problems, but it is the most suggested
solution in case of linking problems:
include mysqlpp.dll in your project folder, and visual studio will be able
to find it... (same goes for libmysql.dll)
2007/8/22, Tonia Tatasen <Tonia.Tatasen@stripped>:
> I have a problem compiling a project with mysql++.
> First I installed MySQL 5.0 for Windows (WinXP SP2 here ^^). Then I
> downloaded mysql-5.0.45-win-src and compiled it. All goodie so far. Then I
> downloaded mysql++-2.3.2 and compiled it too. Still, all fine so far. But
> when I try to compile the first example I get serveral linking errorrs: (but
> I only list one, because they all look more or less the same)
> 1>main.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol
> "__declspec(dllimport) public: void __thiscall mysqlpp::Query::`vbase
> destructor'(void)" (__imp_??_DQuery@mysqlpp@@QAEXXZ) referenced in function
> I am using Visual Studio Studio 2005 (VC++) btw (yes, SP is installed ^^).
> I don't know why this problem occurs, because I did add
> "C:\mysql++\mysql++\debug" to my "library files" list, so it should be
> included (mysqlpp.dll, mysqlpp.lib and mysqlpp_util.lib in that
> Any ideas?
> Kind Regards,
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