aderouineau wrote:It might work well, but it's one more thing that has to be installed, and one more layer to go through (thus more execution time needed), especially with ODBC. It would be really great to see native support for Postgres. The lack of so many databases is, I think, the main reason to use another API instead (such as SQLAPI++).
aderouineau wrote:libpq is Postresql's equivalent of the mysql library/headers to acces the backend.
So it is the native library, and thus much faster than using ODBC (which would need to go through that library too).
aderouineau wrote:There's a reason for POCO to provide native access to mySQL and to SQLight; that same reason applies to the other databases. PG being the opensource eqiivalent of Oracle, it should be integrated in Poco.
aderouineau wrote:Well as I said, libpq is PG's equivalent of the mysql lib/headers.
aderouineau wrote:So the integration of PG into POCO would have to be through this library.
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