Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Sat May 14 08:30:35 CDT 2005
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What do you mean there is no native RevDB support for PostgreSQL? I'm
using ALL THE TIME!!!
PostgreSQL works great. It is free for commercial and noncommercial
use, and it is being used with some *HUGE* databases.
It also has a number of high-end SQL features that (last I checked)
were still missing from MySql. PostgreSQL is fully ACID-compliant and
has numerous free and commercial tools available to support it.
See the FAQ here:
On May 14, 2005, at 6:18 AM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
> Hello Ken, Richard an All,
> Just see how simple it can be to connect PostgreSQL 7.xx or 8.xx from
> within Rev 2.xx (Mac OS X and Linux, Win32 untested) or Rev 2.xx and
> Metacard 2.3 and above (Linux, Win32 untested) :
Not nearly so simple as just using the RevDB libraries, which offer
native support for PostgreSQL.
I've used it under both OS X and Windows (OS X development and
standalone, Win32 standalones)
Frank D. Engel, Jr. <fde101 at fjrhome.net>
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