Isn't this the advantage of having it in c++? Can't Dimitris just open a file in his c++
application, parse the binary data, and store it (via text values, SQL query) in the
database? All the binary happens on the c++ side.
Am I missing something?
Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote: Dimitris Servis wrote:
> Is it possible to read data for a table from a binary file?
Not through MySQL++ or the underlying C API. The interface between
those libraries and the database server is SQL queries, which are text.
The only option I can think of would be to stop the database server,
translate your data file straight into the raw table format of your
choice (InnoDB, for instance) and start the database server back up so
it will see the new table.
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