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    mysql

    hi there..

    iam using vb6-ms access in my project.. is it a big move if i will migrate from ms access to MySQL??

    is there any advantage using MySQL?


    thanks a lot!!...
    alexis

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    Re: mysql

    yes there is an advantage, mysql is a lot faster than msaccess and can support maximum number of records depending on the size of your storage
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    Re: mysql

    how about the deployment?? will it be easy for the end user to install it?? what i mean is that the MS ACCESS is just a .mdb file which i already set the tables, queries, relationships.. etc. within... i hope you know wat i mean..

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    Re: mysql

    Nope, the deployment won't be easy compared to Access...
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    Re: mysql

    Quote Originally Posted by alexis23
    how about the deployment?? will it be easy for the end user to install it?? what i mean is that the MS ACCESS is just a .mdb file which i already set the tables, queries, relationships.. etc. within... i hope you know wat i mean..
    There are many considerations if you plan to deploy a non-file based RDBMS system like MySQL, SQL Server or similar.
    Does the computer meet the hardware requirements?
    What if there already is an installation of the database system?

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