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PostgreSQL is an open source object-relational database management system. In this paper, PostgreSQL is the database that will be used in the integration of Quick Base with PostgreSQL.
The integration of PostgreSQL and Quick Base was done by using ODBC driver and the ODBC connection string. The data access layer was created using C# 3.0 and Visual Studio 2010. The data access layer creates a connection to the database using the connection string. The connection string was created using Visual Studio 2010 and SQL Server Data Tops (SSDT. Then, the data access layer uses the new connection to run queries against the database and returns results.
It was important to use ODBC driver in the integration because ODBC driver is common in many applications and it is easy to use and it supports many platforms.
The integration of PostgreSQL and Quick Base includes three different types of tables. Some of them are for the data itself and some of them are for the queries. All of those tables were designed to be used in any type of client application, so they were designed to be very flexible.
A table for data was created with one primary key named StudentId. This table contains fields like FirstName, LastName, Grade(number), PhoneNumber(text. and other fields. These fields can be changed easily by adding or removing fields.
A table for queries was also created. It has two fields that can be changed easily, called QueryType(text. and QueryById(number. By changing these two fields, any user can create any kind of query with only changing a table name and a field name.
The last type of table was created for the reports. It has three fields. ReportType(text), ReportTitle(text. and ReportBody(text. Any report can be created with only changing these three fields. The ReportBody field is used to put a text message to the report. This field can be used to put a specific message for each report if needed.
In conclusion there were many advantages in integrating PostgreSQL and Quick Base. There are more than 70 different kinds of reports that can be created from only three tables. The reports can be used in any kind of client application, like in an iPhone app or in an Android app. All of these reports were created while using a pair of shoes as an example; so we can say that all of these reports are very flexible and they can be changed easily depending on the user’s need.
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