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Posted - 04/19/2001 :  12:18:20  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Vladimir Aleynik submitted "OpenX serves as a platform for developing multitier enterprise applications that require access to SQL Servers locally, across Intranets, Extranets or the Internet. If you're building database driven desktop application or web site, you can use its power to programmatically access and manipulate data by writing only few strings of code.

OpenX is an application-level database-programming interface (API) that allows enterprise programmers to write applications from any language including C#, C/C++, JScript, Java, Visual Basic, VBScript. OpenX is fully compatible with MS Windows NT/2000 and its new development environment - .NET

No needs in ODBC, JDBC, OLE-DB, ADO nor any other database-programming and connectivity tools - just OpenX. OpenX makes direct calls to vendor's native database API, and shows a greater performance than ODBC, JDBC and others."

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Posted - 05/07/2001 :  00:06:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Pretty good ADO replacement

I feel i have to thank its authors.

Easy to use, very fast -- much faster than common tools, nice XML and datatype conversion features, low memory usage.
We use it with two servers - SQL Server for easy operations, and Oracle 8i for heavy queries. One component, same code.
They say they're going to release EJB and CORBA versions soon. So we'll be able to use it on unix platforms too.
Very recommended.

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