rcozens at pon.net
Sat Oct 22 09:38:10 CDT 2005
>my interest now is in databases (I mean relational database without using
>SQL.) and I'm looking for, and not finding any example of databases build
>with Revolution. I mean something that looks like a FileMaker or a 4D product.
>Is ther any example on Revolution web site, or other ?
I have scripted a hierarchical, binary-tree database in Transcript which is
open-source and royalty-free. Relational indexes are NOT built in, but
must be created and maintained individually.
Serendipity Database--Binary (SDB) is available for download at
<http://wecode.org/serendipity/>. The download includes client and server
software for multiuser operation, stacks for automated testing & examples,
and reference stacks...along with Serendipity Library. Also included are
RAD tools for adding SDB support to existing Rev stacks and creating
database data dictionary record descriptions from existing stacks.
* A native Transcript database engine running on all platforms
supported by Revolution with NO modification
* Standalone and client/server operation with the same front end
(the later including automatic & specific record locking)
* Multi-lingual and user-translatable capabilities (shipping with
support for Dutch, English, French, German & Spanish)
Rob Cozens CCW
Serendipity Software Company
"And I, which was two fooles, do so grow three;
Who are a little wise, the best fooles bee."
from "The Triple Foole" by John Donne (1572-1631)
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