[MonoDevelop] [Mono-aspnet-list] sqlite questions?
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Tue Nov 3 07:21:16 EST 2009
MYSQL???. PostgreSQL offers much higher quality
> product (reliability, advanced features, security) than MySQL
El mar, 03-11-2009 a las 09:58 +0100, Marek Habersack escribiÃ³:
> william leader 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.
> First of all, I suggest what Gonzalo did in his mail - do some research before ill-advising somebody
> and spreading misinformation.
> In addition to what Gonzalo pointed out (the google search), there is also a pure C# port of SQLite
> As for recommending MySQL... I beg to differ - MySQL is not the only and not the best (IMHO) choice
> out there for .NET developers on any platform. One problem with MySQL provider for .NET is not
> really technical, but is never the less important - the connector is GPL-ed, so if your plan is to
> use it for a closed-source application which you want to sell (or even just provide in binary-only
> form) then you will either need to purchase commercial license from MySQL, open your code or resort
> to various tricks to circumvent GPL. Much better choice, as somebody else suggested, is PostgreSQL -
> its .NET driver (Npgsql) is LGPL, has all the features you mentioned (membership, profile, role)
> and is shipped with Mono. Also, in my personal opinion, PostgreSQL offers much higher quality
> product (reliability, advanced features, security) than MySQL.
> > -Will
> > On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 5:01 AM, Dale E. Moore <daleemoore at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Is this a good place to ask questions about sqlite? Can somebody please tell
> >> 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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