Chapter 0


In this chapter, I will present to you several concepts DBLIB is built on.


View is the most important concept. It is very similar to the SQL view. For reading, it is a result of a SELECT operation. But views can be also modified. In the documentation, the word view is also used in a broader sense, meaning "an instance of the DBLView class". That is the class, that encapsulates the view (in the sense of a SELECT operation result) and provides methods to display and modify it.


Query could be also named DataSource. It is a class that allows reading and writing data. Currently, there are implemented queries that interact with the MySQL and Postgres database.


Classes which implement (some kind of) field are responsible for:
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