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Database programming on Oracle & Sybase

Posted on 2001-09-16
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In DB2, for database programming, we can use:
1) Embedded Static SQL,
2) Embedded Dynamic SQL,
3) Call Level Interface (CLI), which is based on Microsoft's ODBC.

My questions are:
1. If I were to move to Oracle or Sybase, do I still have these choices?
2. Which are the preferred (or commonly used) methods?
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Oracle support all the above

1. PL/SQL for Static SQL

2. Dynamic SQL - Using DBMS_SQL Package

3. OCI - Oracle Call Interface (like API programing)

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Oracle support all the above

1. PL/SQL for Static SQL

2. Dynamic SQL - Using DBMS_SQL Package

3. OCI - Oracle Call Interface (like API programing)

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>> 1. PL/SQL for Static SQL

It seems that the Oracle's equivalent of DB2's embedded static SQL is called Pro *C/C++. I don't know what's DB2's equivalent of PL/SQL.
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