I need to build our legacy SQL89 application that requires the sqlcpp utility using.
OS: Solaris 9 sparc
Progress: 9.1E for sparc 64-bit
I've downloaded the Progress 9.1E distro from our PSDN account and installed it (Enterprise DatabaseServer & Toolkit components only) and found out that $DLC/bin/ does not contain the sqlcpp executable.
Should I install anything other component or additional product to get the sqlcpp executable?
Why do you want to use SQL89 when SQL92 was introduced in 9.1B?
The mentioned ESQL89 application is connector between our product and a DB. For example, for Progress/OpenEdge DBMS we ship for our customers ESQL89, ESQL92 and ODBC connectors.
Because the Progress SQL89 and SQL92 have a number differences migration from SQL89 to SQL92/ODBC doing not so smooth. For the Progress 10.x we support ODBC preferably but for previous Progress versions we support SQL89 and SQL92 connectors also.
I think I can close this discussion. We need the ESQL89/C product.