Subject: Re: [boost] Data Base Library
From: Artyom Beilis (artyomtnk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-07-05 09:45:42
Take a look on CppDB.
http://cppcms.sourceforge.net/sql/cppdb/ (mirror link)
Once I'll complete the integration of Boost.Locale into Boost,
I'm considering to Boostify this library if it would be found suitable
However I hadn't decided yet, meanwhile it runs as independent SQL
It is released under BSL/Mit license and somehow similar to SOCI
but has different approach in some situations.
This library is something like JDBC for C++ optimized for performance
with stuff like built in and transparent prepared-statements caching
and connection pooling.
It has backends for:
So take a look on it.
CppCMS - C++ Web Framework: http://cppcms.sf.net/
CppDB - C++ SQL Connectivity: http://cppcms.sf.net/sql/cppdb/
----- Original Message ----
> From: Bruce Adams <tortoise_74_at_[hidden]>
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Sent: Tue, July 5, 2011 4:15:11 PM
> Subject: [boost] (no subject)
> This probably ought to be a FAQ. But there is currently no database
> in boost. There have been some contenders in the past.
> I had hopes for SOCI for instance (see e.g.
> Are there any candidates on the horizon? If not, what unrelated projects would
> people here recommend (or recommend against).
> Just for context, I am looking for a "sword against anybody who got into
> that (db) programming in the language beginning with 'J' is easier. ;) "
> to quote the author of SOCI in the post I mentioned. However, I'm beginning to
> suspect maybe it is easier in Java, not through any
> fault in C++ itself but in the success of the Java community versus the lack
> *recognised* success in the C++ community.
> By the way when I search the mailing lists from the link on
> http://www.boost.org/community/groups.html I (and many others) get:
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