Database - Call level interface (CLI)

Data System Architecture

Database - Call level interface (CLI)


Call level interface (CLI) is a type of database interface (next to Jdbc/ODBC).

It's also known as the callable Structured Query Language (SQL) programming interface.

A callable SQL interface is a WinSock application programming interface (API) for database access that uses function calls to start dynamic SQL statements.

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