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Oracle® C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide,
11g Release 1 (11.1)

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Preface

The Oracle C++ Call Interface (OCCI) is an application programming interface (API) that allows applications written in C++ to interact with one or more Oracle database servers. OCCI gives your programs the ability to perform the full range of database operations that are possible with an Oracle database server, including SQL statement processing and object manipulation.

Audience

The Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide is intended for programmers, system analysts, project managers, and other Oracle users who perform, or are interested in learning about, the following tasks:

To use this document, you need a basic understanding of object-oriented programming concepts, familiarity with the use of Structured Query Language (SQL), and a working knowledge of application development using C++.

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