Dbi2 will be based on jdbc , you can watch and test the examples from here
I came to the conclusion a year or so ago that rather than try to create
a new Driver API from scratch we should simply adopt an existing one.
The most widely know object oriented database API that's a close fit to
the DBI's needs and most database client APIs is the Java JDBC API.
It's also suitable as a Parrot API, which is a key goal for DBDI.
So I'm specifying that the DBI->DBD API will be based closely on JDBC.
How close? Very close. Specifically, closely enough that we can refer
users JDBC documentation and only document differences and (inevitable)
Friday, June 13, 2008
Posted by Adrian Marius Popa at 6:19 AM