Welcome to OCILIB - C and C++ Driver for Oracle website !
OCILIB is an open source and cross platform Oracle Driver that delivers efficient access to Oracle databases.
The OCILIB library :
- offers a rich, full featured and easy to use API
- runs on all Oracle platforms
- is written in pure ISO C99 code with native ISO C Unicode support
- provides also a C++ API written in standard C++03
- Enables high productivity
- encapsulates OCI (Oracle Call Interface)
- is the most complete available OCI wrapper
OCILIB is developed by Vincent Rogier. Get the latest package, install and enjoy it !
The latest version is version 4.2.0 (2015-09-21)
“OCILIB code is truly a really nice piece of code”
Pete Finnigan, CEO and Founder of PeteFinnigan.com Limited Specialists in database security.
“About Ocilib, i am working in Telecom Italia S.p.A. and we are using your Ocilib library compiled on HP Itanium System in our Interconnection System in Brazil. In a process to extract daily traffic data from partitioned oracle tables, about 30.000.000 records for each day. This process wrote to use dynamic sql 4 Method had a big performance problem and i have sponsored your ocilib and we have improved +60% performance. I am using your ocilib also in a windows desktop application on XP system, with good results. Thanks Vincent.”
Giovanni Palleschi Software Engeener at Telecom Italia S.p.A
“I have been asked to replay 90 minutes of captured SQL code back into a database. The oracle database is one of the largest in the southern hemisphere apparently [….] 90 minutes of captured data is about 2 terabytes of information […] The replay is all happening on a single client Solaris 64 bit machine […] From a parent controlling process I spawn 1300 client processes that each connect to the database[…]” all calls seems to happen very, very quickly and that, in my opinion, a significant reason the project is succeeding is due to your library and your commitment to quality code. Thank you! Well Done! Bravo! The system I have written has been designed to really hammer the database and your code stands up very well.
James D’Arcy CommonwealthBank