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How can you connect c++ with any database.

Hi,
How shall i connect c++ with any data base(like oracle , xml
etc.).Plz Let me know if anybody familiar with this.

Thanks&regards,
saikishore

Dec 28 '05 #1
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skisho...@yahoo.co.in wrote:
Hi,
How shall i connect c++ with any data base(like oracle , xml
etc.).Plz Let me know if anybody familiar with this.


http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9
Jonathan

Dec 28 '05 #2
OCI

<sk*******@yahoo.co.in> wrote in message
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Hi,
How shall i connect c++ with any data base(like oracle , xml
etc.).Plz Let me know if anybody familiar with this.

Thanks&regards,
saikishore

Dec 28 '05 #3
Hi,
Use OTL to connect c++ with oracle.
Follow the link below:
otl.sourceforge.net

Cheer
Omveer

Dec 28 '05 #4

sk*******@yahoo.co.in wrote:
Hi,
How shall i connect c++ with any data base(like oracle , xml
etc.).Plz Let me know if anybody familiar with this.


You need a third party API that is specific to your OS and database.

Your question is off topic here, that is why you're not getting the
answer you want.

Dec 28 '05 #5
om**************@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,
Use OTL to connect c++ with oracle.
Follow the link below:
otl.sourceforge.net


SOCI will also do the job:
http://soci.sourceforge.net

Cheers
--
Mateusz Łoskot
http://mateusz.loskot.net
Dec 28 '05 #6
hi,
To connect with oracle either use OCI (oracle call interface) API's or
OCCI API's. There is lot of help availabel on net.

http://www.csee.umbc.edu/help/oracle...a67846/toc.htm

Regards
Parminder dhesi

Dec 29 '05 #7
On 27 Dec 2005 22:24:37 -0800, sk*******@yahoo.co.in wrote:
How shall i connect c++ with any data base(like oracle , xml
etc.)


Others have given good advice. An alternative that was enormously
successful for me was a hidden Oracle gem. :-) It's called OO4O.
(Oracle Objects for OLE) Don't let the name concern you. You are
*not* exposed to anything having to do with OLE.

It's a completely object oriented library that talks directly to
native Oracle drivers. I found it exceptionally fast. Especially in
comparison to ODBC. It uses the OCI API underneath. It can save
months (years?) in development time.

Google for it: "Oracle OO4O". It also comes with the Oracle client CD.
It automatically installs with even the smallest install.

PS: that's the letter "O" not zero.

Good Luck.

Dec 29 '05 #8

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