[freetds] dblib question - handling bad login name/password from a user
a.cranston at selwaymoore.com
Mon Apr 26 11:59:17 EDT 2004
I'm getting more comfortable using the dblib package to write C programs on
my Solaris machine (Solaris 8) to talk to MS Sql Server databases.
So far I have been using the syb_msg_handler and syb_err_handler code from
the following source distribution file:
However I'd like to write my own handlers. The main reason being to catch
an invalid login attempt via:
dbproc = dbopen(login, DEFAULT_SERVER);
Instead of the program bombing out I'd like to be able to gracefully
reprompt for another username and password.
Am I right in thinking I need to amend the handler routines to do this? If
so any suggestions on a "clean" way to do this. If not is there another way
I can gracefully deal with a user entering a bad login name and/or password
in my application?
Thanks in advance.
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