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tdbc(n)			   Tcl Database	Connectivity		       tdbc(n)

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NAME
       tdbc - Tcl Database Connectivity

SYNOPSIS
       package require tdbc 1.0
       package require tdbc::driver version

       tdbc::driver::connection	create db ?-option value...?
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DESCRIPTION
       Tcl Database Connectivity (TDBC)	is a common interface for Tcl programs
       to access SQL databases.	It is implemented  by  a  series  of  database
       drivers:	separate modules, each of which	adapts Tcl to the interface of
       one particular database system.	All of the drivers implement a	common
       series  of  commands for	manipulating the database.  These commands are
       all named dynamically, since they all represent objects in the database
       system.	They  include  connections,  which  represent connections to a
       database; statements, which represent SQL statements, and result	 sets,
       which represent the sets	of rows	that result from executing statements.
       All of these have manual	pages of their own, listed under SEE ALSO.

       In addition, TDBC itself	has a few service procedures that are  chiefly
       of interest to driver writers. SEE ALSO also enumerates them.

SEE ALSO
       Tdbc_Init(3),  tdbc::connection(n), tdbc::mapSqlState(n), tdbc::result-
       set(n),	  tdbc::statement(n),	 tdbc::tokenize(n),    tdbc::mysql(n),
       tdbc::odbc(n), tdbc::postgres(n), tdbc::sqlite3(n)

KEYWORDS
       TDBC, SQL, database, connectivity, connection, resultset, statement

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2008 by Kevin B. Kenny.

Tcl				      8.6			       tdbc(n)

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