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DAME

DAME (Database Access Made Easy) is a tool that generates C++ and Java code from SQL statements. When used with Java, it supports any database that can be accessed through JDBC. C++ libraries for Oracle, PostgreSQL, and MySQL are also included.

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  •  10 Feb 2003 19:33

    Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes and support for accessing NULL values from various databases.

    •  02 Feb 2003 10:28

      Release Notes: Java is now supported using JDBC, and options are now read from /etc/dameoptions, $HOME/.dameoptions, and .dameoptions.

      •  02 Feb 2003 10:27

        Release Notes: Bugs in the headers and problems with the C++ string class were fixed.

        •  29 Jan 2003 08:41

          Release Notes: Support for MySQL was added.

          •  27 Jan 2003 23:36

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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