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From:Warren Young Date:January 28 2008 10:39am
Subject:Re: How to set up connection string
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Nils Woetzel wrote:
> 
> this does not seem to be a problem with the mysql++ library but rather
> with your project settings in visual studio.

Quite possible.  To the original poster: have you read the Windows Forms 
section of README.vc?  (Or README-Visual-C++.txt, as it's known in the 
v3.0 test releases?)

> Essentially, it seems that your project has "use multibyte libraries"
> activated in the project settings, which means that you need to write
> an 'L' in front of all string literals:
> con.connect( L"transpass", L"192.168.1.55", L"allpurpose", ....

This shouldn't be necessary.  Look at MySQL++'s

	examples/vstudio/wforms/MainForm.h

It always uses "narrow" characters with MySQL++, simply because the 
underlying MySQL C API only understands narrow characters.

Alexander, study this example to see how it works.  You should be able 
to modify it with your hard-coded server parameters and have it work. 
Study the differences in build settings, and you'll probably find 
something that causes the example to build but your program to fail.
Thread
How to set up connection stringAlexander List26 Jan
  • Re: How to set up connection stringNils Woetzel26 Jan
    • Re: How to set up connection stringWarren Young28 Jan