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mysql_ssl_set & API
Posted by: Benjamin Crause
Date: July 10, 2006 12:35AM

Hello everyone

I wrote a small progamm using the Windows API for mysql to access my SQL-Database.

My problem:
If i connect manually to the mysql-server (ex. via mysql.exe-client) the connections works fine with SSL. The test says "HAVE SSL = YES" and "Encrypted = DES-.......". So the encryption/SSL works.

In Delphi 2006 i have the following code:

{$IFDEF HAVE_OPENSSL}
Showmessage('IFDEF HAVE_OPENSSL');
mysql_ssl_set(_myCon, 'c:\openssl\bin\mycompany\client-key.pem', 'c:\openssl\bin\mycompany\client-cert.pem', 'c:\openssl\bin\mycompany\cacert.pem', nil);
{$ENDIF} // HAVE_OPENSSL


OpenSSL is installed local.
All the certificates are in place and correct.
The line "ShowMessage" is never hit. Therefor i can assume that the APi does not have SSL-Support?

Why does the server but not the API has it? Where can i get it? How to solve this? Or am i doing something wrong?

If i remove the {$IFDEF HAVE_OPENSSL} it causes a runtime access-violation.

Thanks and best regards,
Amargosa (Ben)

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