What is a Database Sample?
It’s a taste of the real thing. These are fully contained, downloadable database functionality samples of our Raima Database Manager (RDM) , and each download highlights a certain feature within RDM. Click on the Database Samples links to view the complete series for each API. Duration = 5 minutes or less.
Note: Windows samples require Visual Studio 2008 or 2010 and Linux samples require a standard Linux development environment.
- Download the sample.
- Build it – it’s all set up.
- Run it in your debugger & watch.
- “Oh, That’s easy!”
- Try the next one
Downloadable Database Samples
|Windows||Linux 32-bit||Linux 64-bit||Description|
|Hello World||Hello World||Hello World||Hello World. Pre-initialized database. Create one record, read all records & print string.|
|Core02||Core02||Core02||Hello World. If database doesn’t exist (first time), it will be created. If it does exist, new records will be added. Same create/read algorithm as in HelloWorld.|
|Core03||Core03||Core03||Set instance. Create database containing two record types and a set between them. Create one owner, several members, then scan owner(s) and their members.|
|Core04||Core04||Core04||Hierarchy. Create two levels with three record types.|
|Core05||Core05||Core05||Indexing. Add 5 new records with random index values. Scan through index & print records in order. Each run adds 5 more records in the database.|
|Core06||Core06||Core06||Mixed model. Combine set scanning and index lookup for navigation of a hierarchy.|
|Core07||Core07||Core07||Many-to-many. Three record types, two sets constructing a many-to-many relationship. Populate with a few records. Scan from one side, then scan from the other side.|
|Core08||Core08||Core08||Multiple databases. Create/initialize two databases. Populate them. Incrementally open them in the same task. Use “database number” to demonstrate usage of both databases from same task.|
|Core09||Core09||Core09||Multiple databases opened in a union. Demonstrate key scan through the union.|
|Core10||Core10||Core10||Currency. Using hierarchical database, find a leaf record through an index, make it the current member of its set, navigate up. Show other members of owner records.|
|Core11||Core11||Core11||Transaction. Create records in a transaction. Commit. Navigate through created records.|
|Core12||Core12||Core12||Transaction abort. Commit ont transaction, then begin another transaction and abort it. Navigate through created records to see only committed records.|
|Core13||Core13||Core13||Shared mode. All previous databases were using ‘x’ mode. This one creates two tasks. In the first one, a database is created and populated. In the second one, the database is opened and read is attempted but times out.|
|Core14||Core14||Core14||Multi-user. Begin multiple writer threads that will use transactions. Begin multiple reader threads that will use read locks.|
|Core15||Core15||Core15||TFServer. Spawn tfserver. Begin multiple writer and reader threads that use tfserver.|
|Core16||Core16||Core16||Multi-process. Spawn tfserver. Begin multiple writer and reader processes that use tfserver in client/server mode.|
|Core17||Core17||Core17||Read-Only-Transactions. Spawn tfserver. Begin multiple writer and reader processes, but readers use MVCC read-only-transactions.|