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From:Martijn Tonies Date:February 9 2004 6:26pm
Subject:Re: SQL2000 and MySql
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Hi,


> I have a software of insurance to do quotations directly on the web. It
uses
> a SQL 2000 database and I want to use MYSQL database. Do you think it is
> possible ?

That depends on the requirements, doesn't it.

What do you use in your MS SQL 2000 database?

For example, MySQL doesn't have triggers and stored procedures.

(please reply to the MySQL list only, not to me personally)

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
Database Workbench - developer tool for InterBase, Firebird, MySQL & MS SQL
Server.
Upscene Productions
http://www.upscene.com


> > Does somebody can explain the technical difference beetwen SQL2000 and
> MySQL
>
> 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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