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From: Erik Arneson <earneson@mu...> - 2001-03-20 18:08:07
I've used Eric Marsden's PostgreSQL Lisp package before and liked it
quite a bit. However, we use Oracle here at work, and I'd like to be
able to access the database from CLISP.
Are there any Oracle or ODBC packages out there for CLISP?
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From: Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@cs...> - 2001-03-23 14:27:04
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> Howdy folks,
> I've used Eric Marsden's PostgreSQL Lisp package before and liked it
> quite a bit. However, we use Oracle here at work, and I'd like to be
> able to access the database from CLISP.
> Are there any Oracle or ODBC packages out there for CLISP?
You could try UncommonSQL. I don't have a URL at hand but Google
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