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From Irving Salisbury III <>
Subject Re: "Different" SQL Transformer implementation
Date Fri, 02 Apr 2004 13:10:50 GMT
It is not a superset of the existing SQLTransformer.  We tried to 
implement as many features of the existing one as possible, but really 
focused on the features we needed at the time.  Also, it would not be 
backwards compatible, as the XML driving it is different.  So, I don't 
think it could replace it, it would probably make sense to have this be 
an additional transformer. 

We have many examples of how to use it, but a lot of them are fairly 
customer specific.  So, I could send some of them to you, but would flag 
the ones that you cannot share.  (Maybe you could just change the table 
names or something like that)  I do have a small project we worked on 
that I could share the code for that.

I assume the next steps would be for us to zip up the code and the 
examples and send them along?  Does that sound like a plan?  Also, I 
assume I would just send them directly to you instead of hitting the 
whole list with them.

Let me know how you'd like me to proceed.


Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

> Hi Irving,
> Your alternate SQL transformer looks interesting to me. If we'd like 
> to  add it to the project, what do you suggest? Is it compatible 
> enough  with the existing one to replace it, or should it rather be a 
> different  "advanced SQL transformer" or something?
> Also, would you be able to provide samples of its use, that we could  
> add along with the component?
> I don't know if you're aware of the discussions about unifying ESQL 
> and  the SQLTransformer (there's some info at  
> page=UnifiedSQLTransformerAndLogicsheet), but maybe your transformer  
> could be a step in this direction.
> -Bertrand
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