SQL Questions (MySQL or PostgreSQL?)

Oliver Leitner Shadow333 at gmx.at
Fri Feb 11 14:37:00 PST 2005

after a lil bit of "research" on google, ive stumbled across this one, which 
just rounds up what anyone would tell about it.


there are prolly other articles that say more, but this one just seems to fit 
your needs, short and to the point.

Oliver Leitner
Technical Staff

> Jan Branbergen wrote:
> >>I would like to install SQL here for my own use, not for any real life
> >>
> >>currently, round now for learning.
> >>
> >>Right now plan to install MySQL.
> >>Looking through the ports there is numerous version and some say for
> >>
> >>server, some say for client.
> >>
> >>Looking for some tips as to what version of SQL and tools to
> >>install?
> >>Also wondering if anyone can point me towards documentation in my
> >>learning efforts?
> >
> > i would like to suggest PostgreSQL if your objective is learning SQL.
> > MySQL only provides a subset.
> >
> > it is by no means more complicated to install or to get started.
> >
> > regards,
> >
> > Jan
> What is the difference between PostgreSQL and MySQL?
>  From what I see MySQL seems to be more common.
> 	Sean
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