> I agree.
> But i make reference about how it is a software developer permissive to
> to have problems ?
Software will always have risks. There is no such thing as bug-free
You cannot eliminate risk, you can only reduce it.
The only question is whether the software is tested enough that the
of bugs in the facilities you intend to use and on the paths you intend to
is sufficiently low.
In the final instance you are dependant upon your own testing. If you test
yourself, you know it works. But at some level we always it for granted
of our tools are good enough to use without testing. For example, I don't
many people test their C compilers. And we don't tend to test our OSes - we
accept a consensus of "users like us" that a given OS is or is not up to a
The original query was attempting to ascertain this sort of general
MySQL and surrounding tools. If a tool has a widely varied corps of users,
whom are satisfied, this bodes well for another user, even if none of the
users is exactly comparable to the new user.
To answer the original question:
MyODBC and MM.Mysql both seem to be well established with a significant
satisfied users - larger for MyODBC than for MM.MySQL.
C is widely believed to be faster at run time than Java, though Sun claim
this is down to only a factor of two.
Java is widely believed to be faster to develop than C and to lack certain
mechanisms to which C is prone (e.g. heap leaks).
After that, it is down to you.
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