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Using C++ to Simplify the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) API - Part 2

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An Implementation of a Database layer using my C++ wrapper classes for the ESE C API
This article demonstrates the implementation of a database layer, and how the C++ wrapper classes can be used to implement a layered design, separating the internal details of working with multiple related tables and the rest of the application. This is an example that can be used to implement a multi-threaded server, where each thread works with its own ESE session.

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