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John Kattestaart
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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2006 12:07:02.  
I noticed a forum entry about a custom database driver.

I'm interested in the possiblilty to couple a Progress database.
Progress supports the SQL92 standard so it should be possible, but...

Is there documentation about what you should have to do if you want to couple your own database to llblgen.

BTW i'm using the latest llblgen v2.
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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2006 15:24:40.  
Hi,

developping custom drivers involves taking the current drivers as an example, and implementing the specific db access functions.

you can find an interesting thread there:
http://www.llblgen.com/tinyforum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=5657

There's not yet an official documentation for driver implementation

Yet, in the download section, you'll find the sdk, which contains the source code for all the native drivers. There are not big projects so it should not get long to figure out what you need.

You also need to develop a dynamic query engine. You also have the source code for the native DQE in the sdk or in you RuntimeLibraries/SourceCode folder.

Current llblgen users are developping custom drivers which you can find at:
svn: //www.sd.nl/LLBLGenPro/CustomDrivers

With the source code for all those various drivers, you should be able to find out what you need to implement. If Progress does not have much specific syntax, then you should be fine starting from an existing driver and changing a minimal amount of things.

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# Posted on: 10-Jan-2009 16:26:01.  
I'm looking for a way to connect to a Progress database running on AIX.

How do I get started?
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# Posted on: 10-Jan-2009 17:35:04.  
Progress is already supported, have you looked at llblgen pro v2.x with progress support?

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# Posted on: 29-Jan-2009 03:10:49.  
I didn't see Progress listed under the supported databases on the features page or in the customer area. Can you point me in the direction of some more information on this? This could be huge for us as Progress plays a major role in our enterprise.
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# Posted on: 29-Jan-2009 09:50:54.  
everettm wrote:
I didn't see Progress listed under the supported databases on the features page or in the customer area. Can you point me in the direction of some more information on this? This could be huge for us as Progress plays a major role in our enterprise.


I think there's a name mixup. I meant 'ProgreSql', not the db used by Progress software (which is if I'm correctly, nowadays iAnywhere?). So no we don't support progress' database if they have a unique db, as 'Progress' is a 4GL.


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