On Tue, 2010-01-26 at 15:42 -0500, Joshua Kramer wrote:
> > Not a bad idea but... uh -- We have DotNet capabilties, reporting
> > capabilities etc...
> I know that... what I'm talking about are things like writing stored
> procedures using DotNet assemblies, as well as the reporting components
> that are included with SQL-Server itself. Many companies use these
> components, and it'd be darn near impossible to get them working with any
> other data source.
> > I think removing Open Source from our slogan is a mistake. It is one of
> > the things that makes us who we are.
> Perhaps EnterpriseDB could fill the niche I'm talking about, but (for the
> free version anyway) they've got that pesky 4GB limit just like SQL-Server
> Express does. :)
I think you are confusing Postgres Plus with Postgres Plus Advanced
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