[Tutor] Advice on storing data

Kent Johnson kent_johnson at skillsoft.com
Tue Sep 28 13:54:44 CEST 2004

You could also use an embedded database like SQLite or MetaKit and no one 
even needs to know it is there, it is just an implementation detail :-)


At 12:33 PM 9/28/2004 +0100, nick at javacat.f2s.com wrote:
>Quoting "R. Alan Monroe" <amonroe at columbus.rr.com>:
> > > Im thinking of making a software version of this book, so that a user can
> > search
> > > past problems and see what was done to resolve it.
> >
> > > Only problem is I cant really use a database to store the data, so I 
> guess
> > a
> >
> > Why not? This is the type of thing databases were made for.
>Because this is being developed on my under developed laptop :)
>When it's finished I'll put it on a windows server so everyone can use it, 
>but I
>wont be allowed to create a DB just for it (unless it proves really useful).
>Actually, I could put mysql on the windows server and use that .... Hmm 
>my own question! All our databases here are Oracle on HPUX, but a little mysql
>db would do the job.
>Thanks for kicking my head into gear ;)
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