[freetds] freetds and windows
generica at email.com
Sat Apr 9 17:56:29 EDT 2005
Hmm, you know what, I don't check, since all the code in the unittests
doesn't either, and I didn't really know what to test for to ensure the
connection was made.
Is there an easy way to do this ?
And where should the freedts.conf file be under windows. Perhaps it isn't
finding it, and therefore not finding the right hostname to connect to.
On Sat, 9 Apr 2005, Brian Bruns wrote:
> I'm not a windows guy but I can enlighten you on dbsqlsend(). It is
> called from dbsqlexec() which your program is likely calling. Does
> the call to dbopen() return with a valid handle?
> On Apr 8, 2005 11:57 PM, Brett <generica at email.com> wrote:
>> Once more, I've hit problems.
>> Using dblib, I got the client program working perfectly. It could talk to
>> the ms sql server, get the results back, and work as I'd hoped.
>> The next plan was to compile it under windows, which I thought would be
>> straightforward. We already had the system compiling under windows, with
>> faked calls for the sql stuff, so it was just a case of using the freetds
>> code, and linking it in with the windows libraries.
>> I went into the win32 directory, used msvc to load the projects, and
>> compiled dblib.lib and libTDS.lib ... compiled and linked those into our
>> software ( also had to link shell32.lib, due to some unresolved symbols )
>> Went to run it, and with the aid of printfs, found that it initialised the
>> library fine, but at the following call, it just terminates
>> erc = dbsqlsend(dbproc);
>> and grepping through the win32 directory, I see no occurrance of this
>> Can anyone please give me some assistance. This is rather urgent, and
>> very frustrating
>> / Brett
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