I have a programe that requires database access. To access to the database I have an ODBC driver. The driver talks to any kind of database like DB2, SQL etc. This whole setup is for windows. For Linux I have my software running using flat-file. I need my software to be ODBC compatible on Linux Platform. I can give out ODBC driver files ( .cpp and .h ) for windows and the programmer has to do some changes to make it work on Linux. As I have explained before that my software is ODBC compatiable in Windows platform. I am attaching the six *.cpp and *.h files I needed to compile the software on Windows. I need the programmer to take a look into the files and make necessary changes so that it is Linux compatible. I have uploaded a new [url removed, login to view] files which has the missing file.
1) I have provided the code for ODBC compatibility on Windows platform. The code is clean, self-explanatory and bug free. The programmer needs to work on that code and make it run on Linux Redhat 7.1 2) The make file should compile the code bug free on Linux Redhat 7.1 3) Complete and fully functional working program(s) as well as complete source code of all work done. 4) If the make files compiles the program successfully on the programmers computer and not mine then he need to let me know what special drivers/programs he/she is using and where can I get those. 5) The code should be written in C++ 6) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
Linux RedHat 7.1