Denis 'SciFi' Simonet wrote:
> What's the problem now?
Plainly MySQL doesn't return "showid" as one of the field names in its
reply to your query. MySQL++ just uses the field name list MySQL gives
us, nothing more.
> Has MySQL++ got problems with AS?
Not per se, no. MySQL++ does not try to guess what form you want the
data in, it just provides an interface to the data forms MySQL actually
> Should it at all work like this?
I don't see how that would be practical. If MySQL doesn't return it in
the form you need, MySQL++ would have to have a SQL query parser in it
to guess how to reformat the data to get the behavior you want. That's
not going to happen.
> And if no, what field name does it take for the att for example?
To debug this sort of problem, you need to dig into the underlying MySQL
data structures. Either build a MySQL C API test program to see what
data you actually get back and then figure out how to recast that in
MySQL++ terms, or use a debugger to step through the data structures
MySQL++ builds from the query reply and refine your data access code