Paul Ganainm wrote:
> > A good example is our function language support. While most of the databases
> > above support some type of procedural language, do any of them support more
> > than 10 different types of procedural languages?
> Maybe this is a silly question, but do you really need more than 10?
> What's the matter with one that does a great job?
How are you going to obfuscate your app without using several languages?
SAP-DB used Pascal, Python, and C in the backend for reason. What job
security! (Ducks for cover.) :-)
> > I seem to recall reading that most of the firebird core developers all work
> > for the same commercial company, perhaps that is not true?
> Nope - I don't think so. There are a few who work for IBPhoenix, who
> consult on Interbase and Firebird and restore corrupted dbs &c., but
Man, we need to get us some of that "corruption" to boost consuting
I just checked my Groff book and I don't see PostgreSQL mentioned in the
index. It is dated copyright 1999. Do you have a newer edition?
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