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So that wasn't hard.

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Lacutis

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I was pretty close on how the use of that MySQL wrapper would end up.

So I present, using my wrapper:


DBDef db;

db.m_host = "localhost";
db.m_user = "username";
db.m_pass = "password";
db.m_db = "mydb";

CMySQL Query(db);

Query.SetQuery("SELECT * FROM TEST");

if(Query.IsOpen())
{
while(!Query.IsEof())
{
cout << "Entity Id: \"" Query(0) << "\" Text: \"" << Query(1) << "\".\n";
Query.Next();
}
}
else
{
cout << "Query Error: " << Query.GetError();
exit(1);
}

system("PAUSE");




And the output:

connected...
Entity Id: "1" Text: "Test Line 1".
Entity Id: "2" Text: "Test Line 2".
Press any key to continue . . .



So I guess while I'm at work today I will map out how I want my entity tables to lay out, then when I get home I'll create all the tables and write the startup entity read in code.
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