At 9:02 AM -0700 7/25/01, John Meyer wrote:
>It's a general overview of MySQL, but it's a pretty fair comparison.
From the article:
>Transactions and commit/rollback is another management feature
>that's not directly supported by MySQL. A transaction is a group (or
>set) of tasks executed together as a unit. If one transaction can't
>be completed, none of the transactions are executed. Commercial
>sites with online ordering capabilities will find this lack of
>transaction support disappointing. MaxSQL, a separate server,
>supports transactions through the use of extraneous tables.
I like the "extraneous tables" part. :-) I suspect she meant something else.
It is worth a read.
>If we didn't have Microsoft, we'd have to blame ourselves for all of
>our programs crashing
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped