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 Perl SQLite & Firebird databases

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roeya


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Posted: 01/18/2008, 12:30 PM

When you need good DB for a commercial application you need none GNU/GPL database

Here are our choices:

SQLite - simple & robust will do for low volume project, it is self contained in DBD::SQLite so no other installation is required. the database is kept in one file
has the following limitations
1. Lock all the database on update
2. CCS generated projects has autocommit settings so multiple updates are slow and not handled as a single transaction (Watch out when handling editable grid)
3. Worked fine using cached connection

Firebird - simple (but require installation of database server) the database is kept in one file
It will worked with cached connection only if you set ib_softcommit which is some what annoying. also it requires hard commit in the end

* Important notice - the regular CCS 3.2/CCS 3.1 has a bug in cachcedconnection, you need to contact support to get a patch
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