MDB2 is easy to tweak by playing with its numerous setup options, but it's also highly extensible. For example, you can wrap the query results in your custom classes, when you execute a query or fetch data. You can create your own debug handler, provide your own
Iterator implementation, and finally, you can add new functionality to the package by creating new modules in addition to the existing ones. In this section you'll see the necessary steps for creating custom functionality.
You already know that you can set the
debug option to a positive integer like this:
Then at any time you can get a list of executed queries like this:
You can provide your own custom ...