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[archive] Accessing eloquence using sql

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To access the eloquence db on unix via sql statements in cobol, do we need acusql, or is there another way?
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RE: [archive] Accessing eloquence using sql

If you using SQL then you need to preprocess the SQL statements using AcuSQL. Eloquence can also be accessed by using HP 3000 COBOL II statements that were used to get to Image data (DBOPEN, DBGET). Eloquence provides some shared libraries that allow code that used the HP 3000 COBOL II statements (call DBOPEN) to access the Eloquence database versus an Image database
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So, to use SQL statements in cobol, I need AcuSQL. I take it that this is a purchaseable product?
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RE: [archive] Accessing eloquence using sql

Yes. There is an AcuSQL development system and an AcuSQL runtime.
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