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Oracle Database Applications - platform dependancy??


Hi,
I am new to Database. I want to develop a database application using
C/C++. The database is oracle. The application will work on unix and NT
platforms. For the above, what is the best way to do??

Since ODBC libraries (manager, and drivers) are available for Unix
platforms, can I write my applications using raw ODBC api's???

or

Can PRO*C/C++ be useful???

or

Is there any other way???

Suggestions are highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Muralikannan.

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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"murali_kannan_r" <mu*************@rediffmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi,
I am new to Database. I want to develop a database application using
C/C++. The database is oracle. The application will work on unix and NT
platforms. For the above, what is the best way to do??

Since ODBC libraries (manager, and drivers) are available for Unix
platforms, can I write my applications using raw ODBC api's???

or

Can PRO*C/C++ be useful???

or

Is there any other way???

Suggestions are highly appreciated.
Why have you choose Oracle and C++ ? Any particular reasons?

If you want to develop a database application using Oracle, I would suggest
you check if PL/SQL fill your needs.

Thanks in advance,
Muralikannan.

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Jul 19 '05 #2

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