Unable to compile pro C generated C file in cygwin

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    Unable to compile pro C generated C file in cygwin

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    I have to run a Pro C generated C file in cygwin. I am trying to compile using g++ compiler of cygwin. But when i am compiling, it is showing that some header file is missing like sqlda.h,sqlcpr.h etc. and it is not compiling. How can i get rid of this error. Please help.

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    Sas

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    Well you could try providing those headers and any associated files they're needing.

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    How will i provide those files..can you help??

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    Run the cygwin setup utility and download the libs you need.
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    Thanks for your reply. I am able to get rid of this error. But the problem is i am not finally abl to produce the executable. I haveused following commands.

    Code:
    $ORACLE_HOME/bin/proc test.pc
    
    cc -I${ORACLE_HOME}/precomp/public -c test.c
    
    cc -o test test.c -L $ORACLE_HOME/lib -lclntsh
    First two commands successfully created .c and .o files. But the last command is returning with error like "can not find -lclntsh". Can anyone help me how to get rid of this and to produce executable?

    I am using Oracle 11g rel1 for this compilation and compiling in Cygwin.


    Thanks
    Sas

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