Brian Candler wrote:

> 
> You might also want to look at ruby-dbi. This gives a small abstraction
> layer on top of the native database adapter; this means you can learn just
> one API and use it to send SQL to Mysql, Oracle, Sqlite etc (of course, the
> SQL statements that you send may be different for each of those databases)
> 
> You also might find better documentation or examples. A quick google for
> "ruby-dbi" turns up a number of introductory documents and examples. The
> first hit is
> http://www.kitebird.com/articles/ruby-dbi.html

Thanks, I'll take a look at it tomorrow.

A first glance reveals that it isn't too different from MySQL/Ruby, but 
much more accessible. It's, at least, intriguing (especially interfacing 
to several different databases).

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