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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 25 2001 4:40pm
Subject:Re: Builder.com coverage of mysql
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At 9:02 AM -0700 7/25/01, John Meyer wrote:
>http://builder.cnet.com/webbuilding/0-7537-8-6580620-1.html?tag=sd
>
>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.



>
>John Meyer
>john_meyer@stripped
>Programmer
>
>If we didn't have Microsoft, we'd have to blame ourselves for all of 
>our programs crashing


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