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Posted 8 Dec 1999

Stored Procedure Class Wizard (SPCW)

, 8 May 2001
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A tool to generate class files to implement stored procedures
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    Stored Procedure Class Wizard (SPCW) is a development tool that can be used exclusively to generate class files (.cpp and .h) derived from MFC’s CRecordset for stored procedures. Currently SPCW supports Microsoft SQL Server 7.0/6.5, and Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.5 and can be extended to any database. The idea is to speed up the development process of client-server projects involving aforementioned packages under Windows NT/9x. SPCW is an extension to Microsoft Visual Studio's class wizard.

    Running the application:

    Extract it to a <\temp> folder and then run.

    System Requirements:

    Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0 (and above), Windows NT 4.0/9x (using the latest service packs is highly recommended).


    9 April 2001 - Fixed data trunctation problem and Output params buffer now released correctly (Justin Kirby)


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    George Poulose
    United States United States
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