The dax library accesses databases either through their native API
(ORACLE, DB2, MySQL) or by ODBC. Prefer the native interface
over ODBC for the supported databases, it has less overhead and
so is faster.
ODBC has advantages if you don't have a SQL database at all, for example
handling DBASE files or connecting to applications like Excel. To
access a database where CSL has not yet an native interface you
must also use ODBC.
- ZcDaxLib.dll / libZcDaxLib.so
- The implemented functions
- External declarations used when loading at runtime
||Current version of the library
Compiler the library was built by (IBM, BORLAND, MICROSOFT, GNU)
||Date and time when the library was compiled
Interface the library is using (API or NATIVE = C++ class interface)