Re: Demo: Modelling Cost of Travel Paths Between Towns

From: Neo <>
Date: 1 Dec 2004 18:34:23 -0800
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> I'll stick to using ORACLE, UNIFY, and other real DBMS products.
> Please stop spamming this group with discussions of an incomplete
> product and underdeveloped concepts.

Please stop spamming this group with discussions of above "complete" products which are also underdeveloped as demonstrated by their inability to represent some things without NULLs and redundancy and lack of resilency to schema changes.

> Since you are still developing the concept, why don't you stick to
> comp.databases.theory group and leave comp.databases out of the discussion.

Since the products that you promote above are also lacking in some cases also, why don't you leave comp.databases and stick to comp.databases.theory for a while. Remember your own advice: theory and practice don't mix.

> If you are simply marketting your incomplete product product,
> make ONE posting and be done with it.

Feel free to filter me from your news reader. Most have already done so. Join the growing club. If you feel strongly, set the example by posting ONCE and be done with it.

> have a nice day.
> ed

Aren't you going to post a ORACLE, UNIFY, and other real DBMS product solution in the thread title "Database planning - Hierarchical problem"? Actually someone has already started one for you. Why not pickup where they left off and make it as flexible as the incomplete/underdeveloped XDb2's by allowing persons with the same name and various properties without affecting the existing query, if possible. Also, I would like to see a complete/fullDeveloped DBMS's equivalent of the sample queries. Received on Thu Dec 02 2004 - 03:34:23 CET

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