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Re: [Fastcgipp-users] Understanding if/how to use MSSQL as the database

From: Eddie Carle
Subject: Re: [Fastcgipp-users] Understanding if/how to use MSSQL as the database engine instead of MySQL
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 15:37:57 -0700

On Mon, 2009-11-16 at 10:24 -0600, Bryan Seeds wrote:
> I would like to try to connect to a MSSQL database and run queries.
> What do I have to do to change the database engine.. Do I need to
> extend the ASql::ConnectionPar, is there any resources I can read into
> or a starting point that any of you guys can share to get me in the
> right direction?  Has any tried this?

There isn't really any doc explaining how to expand ASql to handle other
database types. You would basically have create an ASql::MSSQL namespace
that defines things the same way as ASql::MySQL. The classes and
templates defined in ASql are very basic and just provide a dirty
concept of how it should be done along with some classes and helper
functions I figured would be useful for other database types.

You'd have to look through all the doxygen docs and code for ASql::MySQL
and try to figure out what I was thinking:) Maybe go through the flow of
the database example. It covers most of the ASql functionality but not
everything. Beware the code is still in a development stage. I've been
deploying ASql separate from fastcgi++ in a few projects and still
haven't figured out an ideal way to handle transactions. If you've got
the fortitude to tackle that I'd be happy to answer any questions you've
got. Unfortunately I've no experience with MSSQL and no real motive to
implement for my own uses.
        Eddie Carle

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