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MPM: How to use SQLFilter standalone

MPM: How to use SQLFilter standalone

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Hi there,

I am facing the task of introducing database-independency to an ADO.NET legacy application. Going the recommended MPM migration path (fixing ADO.NET code) would be too much effort, as the application already provides an abstraction layer regarding different data providers. The only problem I have to solve is how to support different SQL flavours, e.g. Oracle vs. SQLServer (parameter prefixes, join syntax, etc). Is there a way to employ the different SQLFilter-functionality provided by Mimer Provider Manager in a standalone manner, and if yes, where can I find more information about that API?

Thanks a lot in advance!

Kind regards,
Arno Huetter

RE: MPM: How to use SQLFilter standalone

Sounds like it should be easy to convert to Mpm given you have an abstraction layer... Let Mpm be another supported backend in your application and drop the other ones!

There is no standalone support for SQL Filters. It would probably be easy to get the SQL processed from Mpm, but in that case you would need to know that Mpm and your abstraction layer is using the same backend database.

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