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Re: OCCI vs OCI

From: Gama Franco <gama_franco_at_clix.pt>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 10:39:01 +0100
Message-ID: <cfsjf1$1sae$1@pegasus.fccn.pt>


Hi Prem, thanks for the reply.

But can you tell me anything about the compilers and linkers that OCCI suports?

Best regards,

   Gama Franco

Prem K Mehrotra wrote:
> Gama Franco <gama_franco_at_clix.pt> wrote in message news:<cfqj8s$1ai6$1_at_pegasus.fccn.pt>...
>

>>Hi,
>>
>>I'm developing an application in Oracle 10g, and it is part of the 
>>requirements an Interface in C++ under Linux.
>>Since there are two libraries that I can use to interact with Oracle in 
>>C++ there are a couple of questions that I would like to make:
>>
>>- What versions of the gcc compiler do each library supports? I would 
>>like to support gcc 3.2, 3.2.3. Also support on cc 5.4 (on Solaris 2.8) 
>>would be nice.
>>
>>- Is it possible to add triggers and stored procedures to the database 
>>using any of these libraries?
>>
>>Best regards,
>>   Gama Franco

>
>
> Is it possible to add triggers and stored procedures to the database
> using any of these libraries?
>
>
>>>Yes, both provide execution of dynaminc  sql staements, so you can

>
> do whatever you can do using sql.
> OCCI is easier to use for me because it is higher level than OCI. Also
> OCCI is
> similar to JDBC.
>
> Prem
Received on Tue Aug 17 2004 - 04:39:01 CDT

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