Mac compatible DB's

Oak Norton oak at jwscpa.com
Fri Apr 15 11:58:11 CDT 2005


Excellent.  So in thinking about how the db would work if it doesn't support
relational fields, can you give me an example in Serendipity of how you
would do a query for information in multiple tables that had a related field
like matching a customer with their orders as in these 2 tables:

Table 1
Customer_ID
Name
Address

Table 2
Customer_ID
Order_ID


Thanks,

Oak


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> Rob Cozens
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> Subject: Re: Mac compatible DB's
> 
> 
> Hi Oak,
> 
> >So if you're doing cross platform development and
> >want 1 database to be covered by Win, Linux, Mac, is there another 
> >option besides MySql?
> 
> If one doesn't need relational features,  there is Serendipity 
> Database--Binary (SDB) <http://wecode.org/serendipity/>.
> 
> Rob Cozens CCW
> Serendipity Software Company
> 
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> 
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