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Martijn Tonies wrote:
| SQLExpress is not MSDE, it looks like it though. SQLExpress
| has a 4Gb limit/database and I don't recall a user limit, but a
| concurrent-load limit of 5. That is, many can connect, but only
| 5 concurrent batches (select/insert/script) can be ran at the
| same time. This is controlled by the server, so no need to code
| around it or something like that...
Sorry, skipped right past the fact he was asking about SQLServer
Express, however I consider 'Express' to be the MSDE of SQLServer 2k5,
with a few higher limits. However consider that SQLServer Express is 1.)
Not a shipping product (it's in Beta), and 2.) Requires the .Net
framework version 2.0 to be installed (which is _also_ a beta), which
(in my opinion) makes it not suitable for an ISV to look at _yet_.
| Right, this is true. Firebird (the project) isn't owned by anyone
| except the Firebird Admin group. It's direction is closely monitored
| by the Firebird Foundation - the two groups cooperate together
| with regards to funds, direction and PR.
| btw, Mark, Firebird is called Firebird, not FirebirdSQL.
Sorry, just fell into 'vernacular', mostly because their website is
Mr. Mark Matthews
MySQL AB, Software Development Manager, J2EE and Windows Platforms
Office: +1 708 332 0507
MySQL Guide to Lower TCO
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