|Symbol clash when application loads two similar libraries firstname.lastname@example.org (gireesh) (2005-06-08)|
|Date:||8 Jun 2005 16:03:09 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||08 Jun 2005 16:03:09 EDT|
I have a problem with symbol clash when an application loads two
libraries with same symbols.
passwd utility in Linux dynamically links (Uses -l linker option) to
OpenLDAP's sdk library libldap.so, which exposes a set LDAP symbols.
Now, following a configurable option, passwd loads (dlopen) our
Application which is internally linked to a different LDAP SDK library
(our own) which also exposes the same symbols as that of OpenLDAP's
SDK. This causes a symbol clash and the calls which are supposed to
get resolved into our LDAP SDK library is getting resolved in
links loads links
OpenLDAP library <-----PASSWD-------->Our Application-------->OurLDAP
Is there any way to force the application to resolve the symbols from
our library itself?
I'm using Linux(Suse,Redhat) and gcc 3.2
I'm used -Bsymbolic linker option in our application. This is not
making any difference. Tried to statically link our LDAP SDK library
with our application , but this also did not help.
Basically my observation is, if PASSWD dynamically links to our
Application (-l linker option), -BSymbolic will solve the issue. But
this is not acceptable in our scenario.
I appreciate any help to resolve this problem.
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