Unless otherwise stated otherwise, directives apply to both embedded SQL and C++ API applications.
You can supply compiler directives:
On your compiler command line. You commonly set a directive with the /D option. For example, to compile an UltraLite application with user authentication, a makefile for the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler may look as follows:
CompileOptions=/c /DPRWIN32 /Od /Zi /DWIN32 /DUL_USE_DLL IncludeFolders= \ /I"$(VCDIR)\include" \ /I"$(SQLANY11)\SDK\Include" sample.obj: sample.cpp cl $(CompileOptions) $(IncludeFolders) sample.cpp
VCDIR is your Visual C++ directory and SQLANY11 is your SQL Anywhere installation directory.
In the compiler settings window of your user interface.
In source code. You supply directives with the
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