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    I am new to Visual C++ and creating an MFC application to speak with database servers using ODBC API calls. When i am building my application, it shows me an ERROR LNK2001: UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL SYMOBL _SQLSetEnvAttr@16.

     I don't know where the problem is? Is there any attribute settings to be done before building the application? Can any one of you plz help me to fix it?

Note: Created the DLL with same code doesn't make any problem.

Thanks in advance.
     
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Check in the project setting if odbc dll's are linked

odbc32.lib odbccp32.lib
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If you can create a DLL with the same code, just compare the link settings of your the 2 projects
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