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Freeze can support Oracle?I hope

hyuuuuhyuuuu Member He JackOrganization: TaiJi CorporationProject: Test
I want to use freeze and I wish freeze supports Oracle,MayBe?

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  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    No it does not. Since it currently only saves binary data putting the information in Oracle would be useless.

    Why do you want to use Oracle anyway?
  • hyuuuuhyuuuu Member He JackOrganization: TaiJi CorporationProject: Test
    when I use freeze
    matthew wrote:
    No it does not. Since it currently only saves binary data putting the information in Oracle would be useless.

    Why do you want to use Oracle anyway?


    when I use freeze, I wish , Sqlite replaces of Berkeley DB ,how to do?
  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    You cannot. But why would you want to?
  • hyuuuuhyuuuu Member He JackOrganization: TaiJi CorporationProject: Test
    matthew wrote:
    You cannot. But why would you want to?


    because Berkeley DB don't support SQL.
    I want,use a kind of database accessed with SQL.

    SQL SQL SQL
    I love SQL.
  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    As I said in my first reply Freeze doesn't support an SQL encoding of the data. Therefore, it doesn't make any sense to put the raw binary data in an SQL database since you cannot use SQL queries on the data.

    It is possible to do a version of Freeze that does encode the data in a SQL data database. However, its non trivial so we don't want to undertake this unless we have a commercial customer that needs this. If you have a commercial need please contact [email protected].
  • hyuuuuhyuuuu Member He JackOrganization: TaiJi CorporationProject: Test
    matthew wrote:
    As I said in my first reply Freeze doesn't support an SQL encoding of the data. Therefore, it doesn't make any sense to put the raw binary data in an SQL database since you cannot use SQL queries on the data.

    It is possible to do a version of Freeze that does encode the data in a SQL data database. However, its non trivial so we don't want to undertake this unless we have a commercial customer that needs this. If you have a commercial need please contact [email protected].



    there are a Sql database engine about C++ in my department,but it's Client/Server arithecture.Last I write simplely Browser/Server Database engine with ICE.
    But I hope ICE have native technique about sql database engine.
    I think, ice don't look up at the aspect.
    thus this is wrong method and not advisability.
  • hyuuuuhyuuuu Member He JackOrganization: TaiJi CorporationProject: Test
    I am sorry that Freeze don't support Oracle?

    I known ice freeze,but freeze can't support oracle,I am sorry!
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