Re: What databases have taught me

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Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 12:56:45 +0300
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"Keith H Duggar" wrote:

> The question, how to leverage relational thinking to develop
> stand-alone applications? Something where I can write some
> code, compile the code, and deliver a tool that a client can
> feed a flat-file dataset (database?) to analyze. And where
> the "compiler" only incorporates as much DBMS functionality
> as is necessary to execute the static procedures defined in
> the code. For example the "Rel" project:


> incorporates an entire Java implementation of the Berkley DB
> engine. Something more lightweight (and preferably not Java)
> would be better. Maybe I'm looking for a relational library
> rather than a DBMS? JOG what do you do to leverage RM in
> your development?

You mean something ultralite like this: Received on Fri Jun 23 2006 - 11:56:45 CEST

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