How do you programmatically create an empty database?
psahores at free.fr
Wed Nov 24 14:12:47 CST 2010
Hello Ruslan and All,
GPL nor Creative Commons License did't never means "Free for any use" !
BSD2 and MIT licenses means - most of the time - "Free for any use" !
I would't never like to rely, in about work (time, invests, returns,...) on randomized (un)secure business models ;-S
More seriously and, get please, my sincere apologies as i would really prefer to play around this in my vernacular mother's tongue ;-)
Each time i need to include thirst tools components in commercial solutions, i try to stay as careful as possible...
Do my customer need (or want to rely on...) a commercial licensed (O)RDBMS : Oracle, Sybase, Progress, Valentina,... ?
Do my customer accept to trust me if i purpose a BSD2, MIT or reasonable commercial priced (O)RDBMS as a trustable way to get his app reliable in any needs ?
I know mainly well PostgreSQL and most of my n-tier LiveCode powered solutions relies on it with full confidence for over the 12 last years but ...
... i would't like at all to pass away from Valentina server if it can help me - in any way - to conceptualize solutions (mainly centered on AI+n-tier automated workflows) that i never minded about in using PostgreSQL, as long as SQL is full suitable but not exactly dedicated to handle AI oriented datas structures) !!
So, is there any existing resumes, detailed documents, etc... that compare PostgreSQL and Valentina server (full commercial version) and where each of those tools can provide us special advantages ? If yes, i would be really interested in learning about this ?
Le 24 nov. 2010 à 16:20, Ruslan Zasukhin a écrit :
> On 11/24/10 4:46 PM, "Trevor DeVore" <lists at mangomultimedia.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 6:00 PM, Mark Schonewille <
>> m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
>>> Actually, that's what I use most of the time, particularly the completely
>>> free (open-source) MySQL server.
>> Mark is probably aware of this already but just a heads up for those not
>> familiar with MySQL licensing. MySQL is not necessarily free to use in your
>> Recently I spoke with an Oracle licensing rep as I was going to distribute a
>> product that interfaced with MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQL Server based on what
>> the customer already had installed. For my situation (application built in
>> LiveCode, selling to customers)I was told that I must purchase licenses that
>> I then resell to my customers. This is true even if the customer already has
>> their own MySQL licenses. I have to sell them a license for use with my
>> product. Also, you cannot buy single licenses from Oracle, you must buy in
>> bulk. I ended up dropping MySQL as one of the database offerings because of
>> the licensing terms.
> This is one more real story about
> CALL to mySQL (Oracle now) to become aware and suprised
> how many thousands of $$$ will cost "free" mySQL for your project.
>> I ended up recommending PostgreSQL for customers that didn't have any
>> databases installed and those who already have SQL Server licenses use SQL
> Yes, the only really free licenses have for now SqlLite and Postgre.
> It seems FireBird also.
> Best regards,
> Ruslan Zasukhin
> VP Engineering and New Technology
> Paradigma Software, Inc
> Valentina - Joining Worlds of Information
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