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cmqc.h compile errored in CodeGear 2009

Hello,

I use C++ API for Websphere MQ v6 to manipulate message in a queue. I have included all the necessary header files in my C++ project. I use CodeGear 2009 C++ builder as my development IDE.

below are the error messages i received when the code is compiled:

[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2287): E2257 , expected
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2288): E2238 Multiple declaration for '_int64'
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2287): E2344 Earlier declaration of '_int64'
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2288): E2257 , expected
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2294): E2257 , expected
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2295): E2257 , expected
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2301): E2257 , expected
[BCC32 Error] cmqc.h(2302): E2257 , expected

Kindly give me some hints of what cause the problem.


Thanks,
mrpc_cambodia
/* ***************************************************************** */
/*                                                                   */
/* Module Name: msgExits.cpp                                         */
/*                                                                   */
/* Descriptive Name: WDI Adapter / WDI Server sample exits           */
/*                                                                   */
/* Release Level: Version 3, Release 2, Modification Level 1         */
/*                                                                   */
/* Licensed Materials -                                              */
/*   Property of IBM 5655-G99 (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 1989, 2006     */
/*                                                                   */
/* Function: Illustrates the function signature for the Adapter API  */
/* Change Activity:                                                  */
/* Date     PTR/DCR#   Name/ID  Description                          */
/* ======== ========== ======== =====================================*/
/* 02/28/05 P8010301   lwhitak    Create module                      */
/* ======== ========== ======== =====================================*/
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
 
#include "imqi.hpp"     /* WMQ definitions in Cpp */
 
#include "diapi.h"      /* WDI interface objects */
#include "msgExits.h"   /* WDIAdapter constants and protptypes */
 
 
/* ***************************************************************** */
/* ***************************************************************** */
extern "C" __declspec(dllexport) BOOL msgTrigger(const MQTMC2 *triggerMsg, void *pvExitContext)
{
    ImqQueueManager *QM = (ImqQueueManager*)pvExitContext;
    
    printf("Executing exit msgTrigger.  Queue Manager:%s\n",
        (char*)QM->name());
    fflush(stdout);
    
    return(FALSE);   /* do not terminate */
}
 
 
/* ***************************************************************** */
/* ***************************************************************** */
extern "C" __declspec(dllexport) BOOL msgArrival(void *pvExitContext, char *sessionID)
{
    ImqMessage *imsgIn = (ImqMessage *)pvExitContext;
    
    printf("Executing exit msgArrival.  Message forrmat: %s\n",
        (char*)imsgIn->format());
    fflush(stdout);
    
    return(FALSE);   /* do not terminate */
}
 
 
/* ***************************************************************** */
/* ***************************************************************** */
extern "C" __declspec(dllexport) int msgTransform(void *pvExitContext, long rc, long ccbrc, long ccberc)
{
    CSyncTranslator *cTr = (CSyncTranslator*)pvExitContext;
 
    char *pcPrtfile;
    long lCharcnt;
 
    cTr->GetFileName(&pcPrtfile, "PRTFILE", &lCharcnt);
 
    printf("Executing exit msgTransform.  RC: %d ERC:%d\n", ccbrc, ccberc);
    printf("\t%ld characters written to print file (%s)\n", 
        lCharcnt, pcPrtfile);
    fflush(stdout);
    
    if (ccbrc > 8 || (ccbrc == 8 && ccberc > 12)) {
        /* rollback resources and process next message */
        return(CONTINUE);
    }
    else {
        /* commit all work for any condition code 8 or less */
        return(SYNC_CONTINUE);
    }
}
 
 
/* ***************************************************************** */
/* ***************************************************************** */
extern "C" __declspec(dllexport) BOOL msgTerminate(void *pvExitContext)
{
   printf("Executing exit msgTerminate.\n");
   fflush(stdout);
   return(TRUE);
}

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lgacsCommented:
The line 2287 in include file contains:
 typedef _int64 MQINT64;

Investigate, how your environment defined "_int64" type.
Also check whether the 32 vs 64 bit setting for your compiler is correct ?
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mrpc_cambodiaAuthor Commented:
This problem is resolved once i change from _int64 to __int64.

but now i run into another problem:

[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'ImqStr::~ImqStr()' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ
[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'ImqItm::~ImqItm()' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ
[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'ImqErr::~ImqErr()' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ
[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'ImqObj::name()' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ
[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'ImqMsg::format() const' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ
[ILINK32 Error] Error: Unresolved external 'CSyncTranslator::GetFileName(char * *, char *, long *)' referenced from D:\RAD STUDIO\PROJECTS\MSGEXITS\DEBUG\MSGEXITS.OBJ

I know it need to configure my ide to reference a library somewhere. but i dont what library do i need to fix this error?


Thanks,

mrpc_cambodia
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George TokasCommented:
>>I have included all the necessary header files in my C++ project
You didn't....
The library file(s) with the code for those errors aren't included....
Check the link from the previous post...

George Tokas.
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mrpc_cambodiaAuthor Commented:
Thanks, You're right I have to include the header and the lib file to compile successfully.

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