I saw on a website an advice, that for features like referential
integrity etc. postgres tables need to be of type Innodb. Isn't innodb
something that MySQL needs.
I've been assuming that the advanced nice features (transactions, etc.)
are built-in in postgres and are enabled by default. Am I right?
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- Re: innodb at 2002-12-30 10:05:06 from Thorsten Haude
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