Roberto Fichera <robyf(at)tekno-soft(dot)it> writes:
> My first think was to bypass the SQL translation and use the Postgresql low
> level routines.
> I need to see the tables as record oriented archive, so I can scan
> sequentially (forward and
> backward) each record, lock/unlock it, insert and delete it and start to
> read the records with
> a match of a specific key.
I don't think you want an SQL database at all. Possibly something like
Sleepycat's Berkeley DB package is closer to what you are looking for...
regards, tom lane
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