[cvsnt] CVSNT 2.6 database organisation

Tim Chippington Derrick tim at chippingtonderrick.co.uk
Fri Sep 29 19:00:30 BST 2006

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Thanks for that insight - it  is even better than I expected! Should 
cover most bases there...

At 18:00 29/09/2006, you wrote:
>Tim Chippington Derrick wrote:
> > Slight change of topic I guess, but what database engines will be
> > supported/allowed/encouraged? I use SQL Server quite a lot because of
> > the work that I do, and sometimes MySQL, occasionally I dirty my hands
> > with MS Access. Will I need to have yet another database system
> > installed alongside these just for CVSNT? Or will I be able to back-end
> > CVSNT with any suitable database engine that I have lying around? I
> > don't have any axe to grind about choice, open source vs proprietary, or
> > any of those favourite issues, but just from a purely practical
> > viewpoint of trying not to clutter up my machines.
> >
>Currently we support Access, MySql, Sqlite, Postgres, SQL Server, Db2
>and Oracle.
>There's a generic ODBC driver too but it tends to use SQL Server syntax
>so isn't as useful as it sounds.
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