[erlang-questions] How to use Mnesia Database from C/C++/Java ?
Mon Jan 21 08:52:46 CET 2008
I am completely novice to Erlang, though have been working into telecom domain for quite some time.
I have some of my applications like SMSC and others which need temporary data-storage written in C.
Till date, i have been using relational databases like 'MySQL/Oracle' for temporary storage purpose. Because of performance constraints i need to shift this temporary storage to some in-memory database.
>From initial overview, 'MNESIA' seems to be perfect replacement for my scenario.
Have installed the same and tried to access the same from 'Erlang' , thankfully , have got the success in doing the same.
Now, my problem is , i don't want to change the core of my application which is already encoded in 'C' , so need to access 'Mnesia DB' from 'C'.
As per my findings, there are no ODBC drivers available for Mnesia.
So, think need to have some kind of external interface to 'Erlang' like 'Erl_Interface' which i can use from 'C' program to interact with 'Mnesia DB'.
I just want to know if someone has worked on such kind of architecture ?
If yes, can u please share your valuable experiences ?
If no, how feasible and reliable does it seem to you ?
Waiting for your valuable inputs.
Thanks and Regards,
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