(mostly) non OO data dictionary / modelling?

Discussion in 'C++' started by sandwich_eater@hotmail.com, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Is there a relatively easy to use, not too advanced but practicle,
    general, not too proprietary, C++ compatible / SQL 92 (or similar
    standard) data dictionary / data modelling library / software and book
    / manual? I am looking for something more traditional than OO data
    storage / processing at this stage, but if it can handle inherited
    objects and such like without getting overly complex then I can accept
    that. Import, export, flexibily, compatibilty and preprocessing or run
    time options are important. Sounds sexy but I do not want to reinvent
    the wheel here.
    , Aug 22, 2005
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  2. j Guest

    try searching for SQLLite
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    > Is there a relatively easy to use, not too advanced but practicle,
    > general, not too proprietary, C++ compatible / SQL 92 (or similar
    > standard) data dictionary / data modelling library / software and book
    > / manual? I am looking for something more traditional than OO data
    > storage / processing at this stage, but if it can handle inherited
    > objects and such like without getting overly complex then I can accept
    > that. Import, export, flexibily, compatibilty and preprocessing or run
    > time options are important. Sounds sexy but I do not want to reinvent
    > the wheel here.
    >
    j, Aug 27, 2005
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