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Absolute newby at this, client and admin

I need a bit of help getting started on GroupWise programming, both
for the administrative side and the client side. But I'm a bit at a
loss. To let you know where I stand before I ask my question(s)....

I've been programming in C for almost 20 years and C++ for about 10
years. After a bit of getting away from programming I've started
getting into Windows programming, mostly MFC using Visual C++ 6.0. I'm
more in the intermediate level when it comes to C and C++ and pretty
much a beginner with Windows/MFC.

Is the header file all you need to include? Is everything you need in
the header file? I'm seeing five header files for the GroupWise
object api? Do all of them need to be included? No obj or lib files
to link to?

Thanks,
Lil
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Absolute newby at this, client and admin

This would be the wrong forum. The developers have their own nntp server -
developer-forums.novell.com


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"Lilith" <lilith@dcccd.edu> wrote in message
news:979lu1pd35g5jrvv9euf5tf4s1okbvb4u0@4ax.com...
>I need a bit of help getting started on GroupWise programming, both
> for the administrative side and the client side. But I'm a bit at a
> loss. To let you know where I stand before I ask my question(s)....
>
> I've been programming in C for almost 20 years and C++ for about 10
> years. After a bit of getting away from programming I've started
> getting into Windows programming, mostly MFC using Visual C++ 6.0. I'm
> more in the intermediate level when it comes to C and C++ and pretty
> much a beginner with Windows/MFC.
>
> Is the header file all you need to include? Is everything you need in
> the header file? I'm seeing five header files for the GroupWise
> object api? Do all of them need to be included? No obj or lib files
> to link to?
>
> Thanks,
> Lil



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Absolute newby at this, client and admin

hehehehe
and this is it. i am sleepy!

sorry bout that

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"Lilith" <lilith@dcccd.edu> wrote in message
news:979lu1pd35g5jrvv9euf5tf4s1okbvb4u0@4ax.com...
>I need a bit of help getting started on GroupWise programming, both
> for the administrative side and the client side. But I'm a bit at a
> loss. To let you know where I stand before I ask my question(s)....
>
> I've been programming in C for almost 20 years and C++ for about 10
> years. After a bit of getting away from programming I've started
> getting into Windows programming, mostly MFC using Visual C++ 6.0. I'm
> more in the intermediate level when it comes to C and C++ and pretty
> much a beginner with Windows/MFC.
>
> Is the header file all you need to include? Is everything you need in
> the header file? I'm seeing five header files for the GroupWise
> object api? Do all of them need to be included? No obj or lib files
> to link to?
>
> Thanks,
> Lil



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Absolute newby at this, client and admin

No problem. Now, can you answer my question??? 🙂

Lil

On Tue, 14 Feb 2006 17:55:37 GMT, "Michael Bell"
<mikebell90@yahoo.com> wrote:

>hehehehe
>and this is it. i am sleepy!
>
>sorry bout that
>
>--
>
>"Lilith" <lilith@dcccd.edu> wrote in message
>news:979lu1pd35g5jrvv9euf5tf4s1okbvb4u0@4ax.com...
>>I need a bit of help getting started on GroupWise programming, both
>> for the administrative side and the client side. But I'm a bit at a
>> loss. To let you know where I stand before I ask my question(s)....
>>
>> I've been programming in C for almost 20 years and C++ for about 10
>> years. After a bit of getting away from programming I've started
>> getting into Windows programming, mostly MFC using Visual C++ 6.0. I'm
>> more in the intermediate level when it comes to C and C++ and pretty
>> much a beginner with Windows/MFC.
>>
>> Is the header file all you need to include? Is everything you need in
>> the header file? I'm seeing five header files for the GroupWise
>> object api? Do all of them need to be included? No obj or lib files
>> to link to?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Lil

>

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ukdtom Absent Member.
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Re: Absolute newby at this, client and admin

Not a C dude, but afaik, all you need is the header files, and the GW
client installed


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Re: Absolute newby at this, client and admin

On Thu, 16 Feb 2006 21:50:49 GMT, "Tommy Mikkelsen" <tm@NoSpAmitq.dk>
wrote:

>Not a C dude, but afaik, all you need is the header files, and the GW
>client installed


Thanks. Often times docs don't mention such. I was assuming at least
a DLL, LIB or OBJ file needed to be linked during the compile phase.
But I'm relatively new to Windows programming. Looking at the header
file though it seemed a bit involved, convoluted and obfuscated for me
to determine if it really represented the class definition.

Thanks again,
Lil
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