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Difference between Pro *C and OCI [message #94130] Mon, 22 March 2004 02:28
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Hi Guys,

I'm very new to the OCI and wanted to know the difference between Pro *C and OCI. As I know that Pro *C is used to emmbed the SQL statements with the third generation languages like C and OCI allows you to create applications that use the native procedures or function calls of a third-generation language to access an Oracle database server. So when to use OCI and when to use Pro *C.

Thanks in advance.

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