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Sqlobject 2 comment 000

ok, I should correct myself, while the expressions are pretty much engine-agnostic, the table objects at the base of it are wired to a specific engine....which also is mostly so an individual Table instance can be a singleton against its name/schema name/database connection (sort of like a SQLObject class). there was the notion that the Table of different databases would have different behavior but this hasnt come to pass, except in the case of MySQL where you can specify the "table type", i.e. ISAM/InnoDB etc. if you want to make Table objects that are agnostic of any database there is a generic engine you can use; but that still binds the Table to a certain grammar.

So, I should probably think of a way to have not just SQL expressions but the Tables at the base of them to exist without a connection to any kind of lexical engine, since its close to that but not quite.

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