Re: Application embedded database - 09-22-2003 , 03:13 PM
In article <829fef16.0309122010.47be4077 (AT) posting (DOT) google.com>,
g.news (AT) tlarson (DOT) com (Tyler Larson) wrote:
If you're using c++ or don't mind a little bit of it in C application,
then you may be interested in our OOFILE database framework.
With OOFILE, you can use the free open source version, which includes a
persistent database backend, and switch up to the xBase-compatible or
professional version using Faircom's c-tree Plus as your data needs grow
or if you need to exchange data using standard formats.
Changing database backends is one line of code (and linking different
OOFILE is distributed under the Mozilla license so you can use it in
commercial apps with no viral licensing restrictions. It includes a
cross-platform report-writer and GUI interfaces.
OOFILE licensing is open enough that if anyone wants to write a backend
for SleepyCat they are welcome :-)
Andy Dent BSc MACS AACM
OOFILE - Database, Reports, Graphs, GUI for c++ on Mac, Unix & Windows
PP2MFC - PowerPlant->MFC portability