And then there's the whole opensource thing :)
Your platform focus depends a lot on it too. If you're a MS shop, I'd
imagine SQL would be the way to go. All the fancy MS integration stuff is
Connecting to it from other OS's is generally done with ODBC. ODBC is
pretty stinky as it's an abbreviated syntax in most senses.
There are probably a thousand points one can make to differ the two.
'Technically' (and broadly) they are the same thing. 'Practically' you'd
need to figure out the other parts of the solution before honing in on a
-----"Martijn Tonies" <m.tonies@stripped> wrote: -----
From: "Martijn Tonies" <m.tonies@stripped>
Date: 02/09/2004 12:16PM
Subject: Re: SQL2000 and MySql
> Does somebody can explain the technical difference beetwen SQL2000 and
In exactly what area?
In short: MS SQL 2000 is more advanced, has more build in stuff,
is more expensive, most probably has more security leaks :-)
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