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Caché Language Bindings and Gateways
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Describes Caché language bindings (used to write Caché client applications in Java, C++, .NET, and other languages) and gateways (used to call external applications from Caché).

 
Using the Callout Gateway  Describes how to use the $ZF Callout functions.
 
Using Java with Caché  Describes how to use the Caché Java Binding to access Caché from Java client applications.
 
Using Java with Caché eXTreme  Describes how to use the Caché eXTreme event persistence (XEP) API.
 
Using .NET with Caché eXTreme  Describes how to use the Caché eXTreme APIs for .NET: eXTreme event persistence (XEP).
 
Using Node.js with Caché  Describes how to access Caché from a Node.js application.
 
Using C++ with Caché  Describes how to use the Caché C++ Binding to access Caché from C++ client applications.
 
Using .NET and the ADO.NET Managed Provider with Caché  Explains how to access Caché from .NET client applications, using either the Caché .NET Object Binding or the Caché implementation of the ADO.NET Managed Provider.
 
Using Perl with Caché  Describes how to use the Caché Perl Binding to access Caché from Perl client applications.
 
Using Python with Caché  Describes how to use the Caché Python Binding to access Caché from Python client applications.
 
Using ActiveX with Caché  Describes how to use the Caché ActiveX binding to access Caché from any application that supports ActiveX objects.
 
Using the Caché Callin API  Describes Callin, a low level programming interface that allows C/C++ programs to execute Caché commands and expressions.
 
Using Caché Direct  Describes how client applications can use the Caché Direct interface (either an ActiveX control or a C++ API) to execute ObjectScript commands on a Caché server, ActiveX applications can use callbacks, allowing server-side ObjectScript to reference client interface controls.
 
Using Caché with ODBC  Describes using the InterSystems ODBC driver to access InterSystems databases from external applications or to access external ODBC data sources from InterSystems products.
 
Using Caché with JDBC  Describes how to connect to Caché from an external application using the Caché JDBC driver, and how to access external JDBC data sources from Caché.
 
Using the Caché ActiveX Gateway  Describes how to use Caché Activate to manipulate an external ActiveX object as if it were a native Caché object.
 
Using the Caché Gateway for .NET  Explains how to instantiate an external .NET object and manipulate it as if it were a native object within Caché.