[Mono-aspnet-list] sqlite questions?
mike at kitchenpc.com
Tue Nov 3 03:44:14 EST 2009
I'll just have to chime in here and recommend at least taking a brief look
at PostgreSQL as well. I tried it out a while back and haven't gone back to
either MS SQL or MySQL since.. You'll have no problems getting Mono code to
talk with it either.
On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 12:35 AM, william leader <william.leader at gmail.com>wrote:
> I would suggest you consider using another database altogether. SQLite
> is meant to interface with c and c++ programs, neither of which is a
> language mono supports. Most asp.net applications are developed for
> Microsoft SQL server or MySQL server depending on where the developer
> wants the asp.net application to be run. Personally I would suggest
> MySQL as it has good support for ASP.net features like membership and
> role providers. Additionally the MySQL server can be run on a range of
> operating systems such as Windows and Linux. The MySQL libraries that
> allow .net languages such as C# to easily communicate with the MySQL
> server are known to work in both Microsoft and Mono environments. As a
> plus the community version of MySQL can be had for no cost, or if you
> need business support a commercial version is also available.
> On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Dale E. Moore <daleemoore at gmail.com>
> > Is this a good place to ask questions about sqlite? Can somebody please
> > me where to go;)
> > Has everybody (or anybody) worked with monodevelop to put together an
> > asp.net application that uses an sqlite database that they then put into
> > production?
> > hello, hello, hello ... is there anybody out there?
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