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To: Henri Sundelin
From: Bob Leif
You might try AdaSage which has an ODBC binding.
http://sageftp.inel.gov/sage/homepage.htm

At 05:23 PM 1/13/98 +0200, you wrote:
>Hello everybody,
>
>I noticed there are folks who do SQL with Ada on this list,
>so I guess this is the most appropriate place for this question:
>
>I program corporate information systems, and I'd prefer to
>code them in Ada.. (And no, I've never coded embedded stuff..;)
>We're using Oracle as RDBMS engine and GNAT compiler,
>all in Digital Unix.
>
>Now all I miss is some kind of binding between Oracle and GNAT.
>I'd prefer ODBC or preferacbly JDBC like stuff, but practically
>anything would do - the code does not need to be very portable.
>(We'll probably build our own abstraction layer for DBMS things..)
>
>I know I could run Pro*C stuff through c2ada, but maybe there
>are better solutions around.
>
>Cheers,
>HS
>
>--
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