now it's SQLite (was... Re: Newcomer)
mvreade at earthlink.net
Thu Mar 18 16:08:24 CST 2004
You're way ahead of me in the game, Andre. I'll read this email again in a
couple of years, ok? :)
So I guess the short of it is that if you are going to embed a db, SQLite is
the way to go, and if you are serving it to multiple users, MySQL is the way
All the best,
on 3/18/04 4:56 PM, Andre Garzia at soapdog at mac.com wrote:
> On Mar 18, 2004, at 6:38 PM, Michael Reade wrote:
>> A couple more questions...
>> Any idea when SQLite external might be coming out? And while we're on
>> subject, can SQLite be used as a server for multiple clients too?
> Don't know the date, but they said it was near.
> SQLite per se cannot be used as a server, unless, you make your server
> app and the server app takes care of all those network transaction
> stuff then interface locally between the server app and SQLite.
> This could easily be done with my ServerWorkz plataform (yes, I had
> marketing classes in the film school), it's a nice plataform, you can
> check it running here at my home, providing nothing goes wrong with
> MacOS X, the hub, the cable modem and the ISP by pointing your favorite
> browser to http://home.soapdog.org:8081/
> Check the about link, it explains how the framework works and best of
> all, it's not a static webpage it's actually a stack running in the Rev
> IDE (yes... since I started this project I leave Rev IDE running 24/7
> with that stack open ALL THE TIME!!! While I am coding, I disable
> screenshot feature so that no one see my mistakes ;-) )
>> Michael Reade
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