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Database Conenction Pooling in C++

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Hi,
I need to create a database connection pool to Sybase, Oracle and DB2 under winnt, win200, Solaris and HP in C++.
Can anyone please let me how if there is any tool available to do this in C++.

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Jasmina
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This is not the solution to my requirement.
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if you use an ODBC connection then connection pooling will be done by the ODBC sub-system for you. see the ODBC applet in control panel. thats windoze but for other OS's i dont know.

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No I want a common code for the OS mentioned in my question.
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Let me try to understand.
Is the CODE to run on one machine connecting to multiple types of databases on different machines and OSs?

If so, use ODBC as makerp suggested.  There are drivers that will let you connect to all of those databases you mentioned using the SAME commands.  The only thing that will possible look different is the connect string unless all of the drivers are from the same manufacturer.

If you are attempting to connect to different databases with multiple copies of the same code; again ODBC.

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Will this ODBC code work on HP and Solaris.
This code will have a copy on each OS and then the clients will use this code to make conenction to different databases.

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Jasmina
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