Does DreamFactory support ActorDB? It exposes extended SQLite semantics over the MySQL wire protocol, so… maybe?
Although it’s not explicitly supported, it is accessed like mysql I would think maybe?
Perhaps try it and see? If you do try it, please update this thread! I’m curious to know.
May I ask what you’re working on?
OK, I’ll give it a shot! I just didn’t know if DreamFactory does intelligent parsing of SQL query strings that might blow up when it encounters unknown directives.
I’m not building anything yet, just researching tools for future projects.
We don’t allow direct SQL queries due to SQL injection and malicious use (like deleting a table, etc.) instead the “filter” and supporting parameters are parsed and we internally build a vendor-specific SQL query to send to the database.
Keep us updated on what you’re working on, and how we can help!