|Re: Using a jdbc database as backend storage [message #625244 is a reply to message #625220]
||Thu, 29 April 2010 14:11
| Scott Lewis
Registered: July 2009
It is quite possible to use ECF to provide the communications with a
remote database...and this would allow you a good deal of flexibility
(i.e. the database can/could be replaced on the server side without
affecting the client). Perhaps this is what you are interested in doing.
It would also be possible to create a jdbc storage provider as an ECF
container. I'm not sure whether you would want to make this provider an
implementer of one of the existing ECF APIs (e.g. datashare/channnels,
or remote services, etc), or perhaps create a new (JDBC) API.
I'm interested in your use case(s), though. For example...do you
expect/want clients to use JDBC calls persist/query? Or do you want to
separate the client from jdbc and provide some new/other client-side
mechanism to save/retrieve data (e.g. rpc and objects?).
Erdal Karaca wrote:
> I need to store resources/files into database blobs.
> Since this is for prototyping the (eclipse) application, I need to be
> flexible enough to switch the backend to something more appropriate in
> the long-term.
> I am sure ecf can provide this flexibility...
> Furthermore, I would like to implement a new jdbc storage provider, if
> that that does not exist yet...
> Any thoughts on this or alternatives?
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