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Access sql database using C.

I want to access sql database by using C language. which i want to furter use in WINCC.

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Please go for the ORACLE 8i or higher, it has a utility called proC, in proC you can create program to access any database in Oracle or SQL server.

After compiling program in proC environment, it will create C code for tha same logic, that you can compile and use in C enviromnent

goodluck

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Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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I transferred Approach to a new computer and imported the old files into it. All 3 databases transferred properly, but today, 2 of the 3 database returned this error message: "This Approach file may...


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Need information about robots as an introduction? about computer graphics? about jobs on computers?


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