This section provides a reference to ODBC compliance and a walk-through to writing ODBC data access code to Oracle Sales in C/C++.
Connecting from C/C++
Use ODBC functions to execute SQL to Oracle Sales:
- See Querying Data to execute SELECT statements and iterate over the results.
- See Updating Data to execute other SQL data manipulation statements.
- See Parameterized Statements to execute parameterized statements. Parameterized statements provide a means to efficiently execute queries more than once and to mitigate SQL injection attacks.
- See Batch Processing to take advantage of the bulk processing functionality in Oracle Sales. The driver converts the ODBC batch commands into a single request to Oracle Sales.
- See Discovering Schemas to obtain schema information, such as the available tables, columns, keys, and types. See Data Model to obtain the driver metadata by querying the available system tables.
Executing Stored Procedures
See Executing Stored Procedures to execute stored procedures as SQL statements.