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Pro*C  vs VC++ with ODBC ?

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For developing applications processing in background witch tool is useful Pro*C or VC++ with ODBC ?

If any one can give a + and - of each other or a place documentation, you can e-mail me to mekkim@hotmail.com

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thank you for evry reponse.
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AndrewRodionov earned 50 total points
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Hi mekki,

There are some conditions.

If you want to:
* high speed
* power
* simple UA
you should choose Pro*C or OCI.

And if you want to:
* universality
* flexibility
* advanced UA (e.g. MFC)
you should choose ODBC probably.

Hope that can help you.
Andrew
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But what it is mean :

"simple UA"  and  "advanced UA" and specialy the word "UA" ???

can you give mes a expremental exemple of the two technologie.

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Sorry, mekki! I mean UI ("user interface") not UA. It's a misprint.

Andrew
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