> ---- Mensaje original ---- > De: Eduardo Morras <emorrasg at yahoo.es> > Para: sqlite-users at mailinglists.sqlite.org > Fecha: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 23:27:35 +0100 > Asunto: Re: [sqlite] SQLite remote access over WAN > >On Mon, 04 Jan 2016 22:52:56 +0100 >ajm at zator.com wrote: > >> Hi list: >> >> I've built a Windows desktop app using MS Visual C++ and SQLite. It >> works fair well in local mode, but now I need made it work over a >> TCP/IP network. >> >> My question is if some in this list can suggest a library to that >> purpose, on the basis that I have not concerns on questions like >> concurrency, access permissions or encriptation. Preferable a light >> weigth open source C/C++ library. Not .NET, MFC or other external >> dependencies, although Boost Asio may be Ok. (already I'm using it) > >I used libevent (http://libevent.org/), ZMQ (http://zeromq.org/), nanomsg >(http://nanomsg.org/) and plain standard libc in different projects. Depending >on what you need, where your app will work, the workload you'll have, "the >marketing wise boys" opinion, etc... you should choose one or another. >
Eduardo: Thanks for your input. The ZeroMQ framework seem promising, but still I need some dig in it, and see if its asynchronous mode can be adequate to my purposes. As as far as I can see, the matter has no easy solution (in Windows without .NET), so as a last resource, perhaps I use a plain skeletal RPC mechanism (MSRPC). Cheers. -- Adolfo J. Millan.