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As I recall, the free downloadable version of ObjectAda
includes Win32 bindings, and those bindings cover ODBC.
These bindings are thin and not as Ada-ish as the bindings
that come with the higher end product, but may well suit
your needs.

-- Dave Wood


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Sent: Monday, October 02, 2000 6:18 PM
Subject: ODBC Bindings


> Team,
>
> Was wondering if anyone knew about a vendor who markets or distributes ADA
> ODBC bindings?  I'm looking for something to compliment R.R. Software's
CLAW
> product.  I've already contacted them.  And unfortunately, they do not
> provide ODBC bindings.
>
> I know that Aonix has a $600 professional development environment with
> everything I need.  However, I was hoping to minimize my investment.  If
> there's nothing else out there, guess I'll fork over the money.
>
> Any ideas would be appreciated...
>
> Thanks,
>
> Dan Maxwell
>

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