Executing mysql dump / restore within a C++ program
Posted by: Villefranque Clément
Date: November 08, 2012 05:33AM

Hello there,

I'm working on a project since a few month and I need to execute differents mysql dump and restore. For now, I simply used the C++ function system() to execute my mysqldump command.

But, with this solution, I can't handle the errors returned by mysql.

I tried to run the command with _popen too. But the mysql (in restore case) command does not return anything (but it print errors in the console, stange).

So my last hope to get the appropriates errors after a mysql restore, is to execute this command inside my program, with the mysql library.

But here I am, because I've found nothing on the documentation about this, only about executing queries.

Best Regards,

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