|List:||MySQL++||« Previous MessageNext Message »|
|From:||Warren Young||Date:||August 9 2011 11:20pm|
|Subject:||Re: Problem with exec()|
|View as plain text|
On Aug 9, 2011, at 10:39 AM, Joseph Hesse wrote: > My problem is that the error code never gets executed. > When the query is correct the query always gets executed. MySQL++ throws exceptions by default when there is an error in the SQL syntax. Adrian's example works because it passes "false" to the Connection constructor, which turns off exceptions, giving the "return an error" behavior you are expecting in this circumstance. This is all spelled out in the manual. Hint.
|• Problem with exec()||Joseph Hesse||9 Aug|
|• Re: Problem with exec()||Adrian Cornish||9 Aug|
|• Re: Problem with exec()||Warren Young||10 Aug|