Witch database do you recommend?
ph.schulz at gmx.de
Thu Sep 18 15:51:30 PDT 2003
Are you aware that this question is almost like 'What's better, Linux or
To give some hints in reply to your question: If you want to learn SQL,
then you should probably use PostgreSQL as it's SQL functionality fully
implements the ANSI SQL-92 standard. If you just want to set up a little
home database to play around with you should probably use mySQL as you will
find more information on google/the internet.
Long story short: There are long essays on this question (you can find
those on google) and there is no general answer to your question.
| -----Original Message-----
| From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
| [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Andrew L. Gould
| Sent: Thursday, September 18, 2003 11:14 PM
| To: Peter Ulrich Kruppa; Jeff MacDonald
| Cc: 'BSD.'
| Subject: Re: Witch database do you recommend?
| On Thursday 18 September 2003 04:06 pm, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote:
| > On Thu, 18 Sep 2003, Jeff MacDonald wrote:
| > > Hi,
| > >
| > > You've opened quite a can of worms ;)
| > >
| > > I would recommend PostgreSQL, I've always found it's documentation
| > > to be great, the mailing lists great, and just getting it working
| > > easier.
| > Indeed that's exactly the same thing you could say about mysql .
| > Especially you can use all LAMP (Linux-Apache-Mysql-PHP)
| > documentation you'll find in google, which makes it a very
| > interesting learning enviroment.
| It has begun......
| Oh, what the heck --> I like FAPP (FreeBSD, Apache, PostgreSQL, Python).
| Now let's see if a Zope user can come up with a pronouncable acronym!
| > Regards,
| > Uli.
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