O data

Startbeitrag von Allard am 18.12.2016 21:12

Hi

I was looking for O data the help nut could not find anything? Has pcsoft overlooked this .
This is a really great way to do queries over the web.

Regards

Allard

Antworten:

I thinks they (PC Soft) would not want to use any third party stuff.... ;) probably they will develop something of their own... :xcool:

von Yogi Yang - am 19.12.2016 12:24
But this is now a standard!!

regards

Allard

it is really cool. You can query a db with this !!

von Allard - am 19.12.2016 12:25
Hi Allard,

you can very easy create a class of methods to handle it like SQLExec() . just watch out for UTF-8 not equal to unicode

von ccc2 - am 19.12.2016 12:43
You are getting me started on this....:hot:

They are providing proprietary solutions for all stuff they feel is required by a developer!

Adopting a standard means relinquishing control! And adopting their thinking to the open standards... this requires major rework in their developers attitude ;)

Regards,

Yogi Yang

von Yogi Yang - am 19.12.2016 12:52
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Yogi Yang
You are getting me started on this....:hot:

They are providing proprietary solutions for all stuff they feel is required by a developer!

Adopting a standard means relinquishing control! And adopting their thinking to the open standards... this requires major rework in their developers attitude ;)

Regards,

Yogi Yang


Words of wisdom .

if they provide odata , you don't need anymore those paid native access and webdev webservice

von ccc2 - am 19.12.2016 15:43
Hi

I saw this: "GraphQL" this is kind of cool as well and can be used aside the app server. Simplest is I quess use it with node JS ( But have to read more about it ) It lets you do the same kind of stuff. Let customers querie your API !!!




Regards
Allard

von Allard - am 27.12.2016 00:47
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if they provide odata , you don't need anymore those paid native access


Hi, definitely not, native access is what it says: a native way to access a third-party database using H-commands. If you're using queries for accessing 3rd party databases then you're free to use their ODBC, OLE DB etc. Again, the difference to using native access is speed. Maybe, soemtimes you're paying for the added speed with the ability to use only PC Soft's set of SQL commands. But that's not so bad anyway and if some query is not to your taste then you can always use a set of h-commands to get at the data you wish - without the complexity of SQL-functionalities between different systems.

von GuenterP - am 28.12.2016 08:41
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