odbc-api enables you to write applications which utilize ODBC (Open Database Connectivity)
standard to access databases. See the
guide for more information and code
This module contains buffers intended to be bound to ODBC statement handles.
Provides basic abstraction over valid (i.e. allocated ODBC handles).
Passing parameters to statement
New type wrapping u8 and binding as SQL_BIT.
Describes the type and attributes of a column.
The connection handle references storage of all information about the connection to the data source, including status, transaction state, and error information.
Cursors are used to process and iterate the result sets returned by executing queries. Created
by either a prepared query or direct execution. Usually utilized through the
An individual row of an result set. See
Holds name and description of a datasource
Struct holding information available on a driver. Can be obtained via
An ODBC 3.8 environment.
Wraps a type T together with an additional indicator. This way the type gains a Null representation, those memory layout is compatible with ODBC.
A preallocated SQL statement handle intended for sequential execution of different queries. See
A prepared query. Prepared queries are useful if the similar queries should executed more than once.
A row set cursor iterates in blocks over row sets, filling them in buffers, instead of iterating the result set row by row. This is usually much faster.
Enumeration over valid SQL Data Types supported by ODBC
Error type used to indicate a low level ODBC call returned with SQL_ERROR.
Indication of whether a column is nullable or not.
Cursors are used to process and iterate the result sets returned by executing queries.
An instance can be consumed and to create a parameter which can be bound to a statement during execution.
SQL Parameters used to execute a query.
A Row set buffer binds row, or column wise buffers to a cursor in order to fill them with row sets with each call to fetch.
String slice reference for
An owned, mutable “wide” string for FFI that is not nul-aware.