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Posted Aug 1, 2003

Ch ODBC 3.5 for MySQL Connector/ODBC released

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From SoftIntegration, Inc.]

DAVIS, Calif., August, 01, 2003 - SoftIntegration, Inc., today announced the release of Ch ODBC 3.5 for the MySQL Connector/ODBC (MyODBC) driver. Ch is a superset of embeddable C interpreter for scripting, 2D/3D plotting and numerical computing.

ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) is a widely used application programming interface (C API) for database independent programming. It standardizes access to databases from different vendors. This Ch ODBC package is Ch binding to Microsoft ODBC and iODBC for the MySQL Connector/ODBC.

This package allows C scripts to connect to the MySQL database in a widely supported industry standard. The ODBC C code can now run across platform without compilation and link. Along with user-friendly Ch CGI toolkit, it is ideal for shopping cart and Web-based applications with MySQL database connections.

The article continues at http://www.softintegration.com/company/press/20030801.html



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