At 3:59 PM -0400 6/16/01, Harkins wrote:
>Oh, I see, you're referring to MaxSQL.
>I could argue that the need for special tables, etc. negates true
>inclusion/support of the feature,
Well, it's really no different than the need to use MyISAM tables to get
around the limitations of ISAM tables such as the inability to include
NULL values in indexed columns.
>but then I know everyone has an opinion,
>and mine stinks. :)
No comment. :-)
>> At 2:49 PM -0400 6/16/01, Harkins wrote:
>> >===========A version of MySQL does support transactions? Can you expound?
>> >wasn't aware that any version supported transactions.
>> Since something like 3.23.15 or so. Grab a current Windows distribution
>> and run one of the servers with -max in its name.
>> >> Perhaps your version of MySQL is older and doesn't support
>> > > or isn't configured to include transaction support? Can you upgrade?
> > Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped