* Reshat Sabiq <sabiq(at)purdue(dot)edu> [2002-12-30 10:49]:
>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.
Referentials work just fine without any new table type, and yes,
InnoDB is something I heard in connection with MySQL.
Don't visit that website again for advice.
>I've been assuming that the advanced nice features (transactions, etc.)
>are built-in in postgres and are enabled by default. Am I right?
I sure hope so.
Golly, I'd hate to have a kid like me!
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