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~Sigmund Cisponeskijip 16.Jan.04 11:45 AM a Web browser Toolkits All Releases Linux - RedHat; Linux - SuSE
It seems that a lot of people on this forum get problems with C++ API toolkit under linux . It took myself nearly a week to setup a config in order to compile toolkit samples.
Here are my 2 cents on the subject.
I started trying C++ compilation under SuSE 9 and Domino 6.5 (toolkit 2.4). Didn't work
I installed another machine with redhat 7.2 and Domino 6.5 didn't work either.
The right configuration is redhat 7.2 and Domino 5.012 (It think that 5.06 or higher should do also since toolkit 2.4 uses 5.06 C API). You also have to follow all config described in C++ toolkit doc and release notes.
In other words it's impossible to compile C++ program with a 6.X libnotes.so. You have to have a 5.06 or higher (but not 6.X) libnotes.so on your system. Either in your Domino directory if you don't care having a 5.X install on this machine or a copy of it in your /opt/lotus/notescpp/lib/linux directory to be abble to compile and use a 6 server on the system. The result of the compilation will run on 6.X.
I find very strange that nodbody at Lotus pointed this problem on this forum or in the release Notes of the toolkit, but perhaps I missed something...