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  • I'm trying to incorporate STL, (oehive.org) from fellow , but can't compile now, as 

    file   libsfdc.i

    is nowhere to be found on my installment

    does someone knows what's wrong with my config?

    Thanks
  • www.oehive.org/.../lib

    It says " libsfdc.i - Salesforce.com API library (not included with the standard libraries).".

    "Although there are no documentations at this time please contact me if you have any questions or requests.

    Or help start a documentation project :)

    Alon Blich

    Email: alonblich@gmail.com

    "

  • Indeed it's stated that way, but reading further on doc, It was released version 3, wich supposedly included that new library...

    "...Version 3 of the Progress Standard Libraries Project is Available for Download

    Wed, 2011-08-03 16:25 — alonb

    Version 3 of the Progress Standard Libraries Project is available for download.

    www.oehive.org/.../lib

    Here's a short list of some of the new updates -

    1. Backup/Archive/Restore utilities.

    2. Salesforce.com integration library.

    3. Google API library...."

    Being point #2 the missing one....

  • Hello Octavio,

    The project was started way back in the happy version 9 days and hasn't been updated in a long while although most libraries work and are still in use. If nothing else, you could use them for reference.

    Note that not all libraries will compile. For example: Windows libraries will not compile on UNIX/Linux. There's also QAD MFG/Pro libraries that again will not compile except in an MFG/Pro environment.

    Is there any specific library you are interested in? I've downloaded the latest version from www.oehive.org/.../slib.zip

    The copy I've downloaded includes both the slibsfdc and slibgoogle libraries you mentioned. There's also a sample in the sample/ directory for the google library.

    The sfdc and google libraries were written almost a decade ago. I don't know but I doubt if they still work. It is likely the interface has changed by now. Again, you could use these libraries as reference.

    Kindest regards,

    Alon