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Querying Embedded c-tree

Querying Embedded c-tree

Querying Embedded c-tree

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Is anybody familiar with c-tree? I have an application that has it embedded as the datasource, and I'm trying to figure out how to do some custom reporting. I would like to know if there is any way programmatically access the data.

Thanks

RE: Querying Embedded c-tree

Well, if you're talking about accessing it via any code which can access APIs , this might work:
http://www.faircom.com/ace/ace_api_ctdb_t.php

Here's a plugin/script for use with perl:
http://webscripts.softpedia.com/script/Modules/Db-Ctree-24852.html

Here's a discussion saying that using C language would be faster than perl in interacting with C-Tree:
http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread42882.html#

btw, I don't have any personal experience with C-Tree, never heard of it.  However, sounds like it is possible to deal with it.
 

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