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The ADBCHelper application programming interface
ADBCHelper API overview
Opening databases
Specifying the adapter instance
Checking to see if a database is open
Issuing and stopping SQL queries
Issuing SQL commands
Committing database changes
Performing rollback operations
Handling query results for row data
Handling query results for event data
Handling acknowledgments
Handling errors
Reconnection settings
Closing databases
Getting schema information
Setting context
The ADBCHelper application programming interface (API) is a simplified, streamlined API for communicating with databases. In most common use cases, this API is the appropriate way to develop applications. For applications that require more complex ways of accessing databases, see The ADBC Event application programming interface.

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