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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: Using Calcite in .Net environment
Date Sun, 11 Sep 2016 19:15:29 GMT
+1 to that approach.

I did get confirmation from one of the devs that it works with Mono 
(using Xamarin Studio on OSX), but I haven't found the time to try it 
out myself yet.

F21 wrote:
> If you want to talk to Calcite from .NET, the best way would be to use
> the Avatica server. It is an HTTP server that allows you to talk to the
> calcite backend using protobufs or JSON.
> Here's a .NET client that talks to the Avatica server, but is currently
> targeted towards Apache Phoenix (which uses Avatica under the hood for
> its query server):
> Cheers,
> Francis
> On 9/09/2016 6:26 AM, Rawat, Rishi wrote:
>> Hi Calcite team
>> We are trying to create a data virtualization engine in our technology
>> stack which is a .Net/C# layer.
>> What is the best way in which we can achieve using Calcite from a .Net.
>> Also we are Sql server heavy in our operations(also data operations
>> expanding to other data source types). Is there any example that we
>> can try for sql server.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Rishi
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