Linking C API Programs With the AppConn Shared Library

In order to link a C API program with an AppConn shared library, you must declare the library in the PATH variable. Declaring the PATH variable is handled differently on each platform.

On Windows

Programs using the AppConn C API must link to:

On Linux

Programs on Linux that use the AppConn C API must link with the libappconn.so which is where the AppConn C API functions are implemented.

When using the AppConn C API, the directory where the libappconn is located must be declared in the library variable. For example:

 LD_LIBRARY_PATH={/usr/local<install directory>/lib} (Linux)
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH  (Linux)

The library file associated with the AppConn C API is installed in your <install directory>/lib directory.