SQL Questions

Murray Taylor mtaylor at bytecraft.com.au
Sun Feb 13 22:53:06 PST 2005

On Fri, 2005-02-11 at 23:54, 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

Hmmm started with MySQL for all the reasons in other posts...
- quick 
- easy to get a system started

Probably moving to PostgreSQL to gain triggers, constraints and views.

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