Friday, July 01, 2005

[Opf3] My own storage

The framework exposes a few interfaces (for example IStorage and ITransactionStorage) that allow you to write your own storage for you a database that is not supported by Opf3. But storages are not only limited to databases. They could also be INI, XML, CVS and any other file format/type.

If you want a template to create your own storage you should download the storage for VistaDB, PervasiveSql or PostgresSql. They are available with the full source code from the Opf3 homepage.

If you are willing to contribute the storage classes to the community you are welcome. Please send them to us, using the e-mail address that is found on the Opf3 homepage.

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