Hi POCO Gurus
I have inherited a Windows C++ application that uses POCO libraries including Crypto and NetSSL_OpenSSL libraries.
I have been able to download and extract the libraries for x86 and x64 using VS2012 and I can compile the application.
However when I run the compiled app on the target platform I get an error message that says:
"The program can't start because SSLeay32.dll is missing from your computer." Same problem on x64.
edit: more info:
original developers app compiled to 3.88MB. Mine compiles to around 2.7MB. so Im obviously not compiling in
the openSSL components (ssleay32.dll, etc) into the POCO Libraries NetSSL/Crypto), or possibly somewhere else.
I am pretty sure there is a link switch somewhere I need to set when compiling NetSSL or Crypto, but I am not sure where.
Any ideas? I am pretty sure this is a basic question.