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QuestionSYBASE's Functions giving LOGIN CRASH problem in VC++ code Pin
Vetukuri Raju22-Oct-09 1:59
Vetukuri Raju22-Oct-09 1:59 
Hi ALL,

I have a strange problem with me..... I have an application(vc++) in which i am taking login to SYBASE database.For that i am using Sybase SDk.My code is working fine with MS-2000 OS,But when i am working the same code in vista machine i am getting login crash when I enter wrong password/username....But working successfully with correct details...

I have code like this...
_dbproc = dbConnect (&_loginfo, _T("Phoenix")); (this is calling of my function)
Called Function:
DBPROCESS NEAR * CALLBACK dbConnect (LPLOGINFO li, LPSTR app)

{
DBPROCESS NEAR *dbproc;

LOGINREC *login;

if ((login = dblogin ()) == NULL)
return (DBPROCESS NEAR *) NULL;

DBSETLHOST (login, _dbhost); //for host
DBSETLUSER (login, li->dbid); //for username
DBSETLPWD (login, li->dbpwd);//for password
DBSETLAPP (login, app); //for application name

dbproc = dbopen (login, li->dbsrv); (My Login crashes here when i enter wrong username/password)

dbfreelogin (login);

if (dbproc != (DBPROCESS NEAR *) NULL)
dbuse (dbproc, li->dbdb);

return dbproc;
}

As i said above dblogin() is a function that returns LOGINREC structure pointer when we provide correct login details otherwise FALSE...
And dbopen() function takes the LOGINREC as a first input argument and tries to open the application...
But not returning back when i enter incorrect login details.....There it is crashing...

Can anybody helps in this..
Thanks in advance
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