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Postby Spaggie » Mon Jan 17, 2005 3:26 pm

So I'll own up, I've been using the BDE (yes still) to run paradox tables, I've been doing it because I pretty much know it inside out and have got a copy of Sundial Services Chimneysweep and can rattle out a full blown web based enterprise in a short amount of time.,

But it's time to move on. I've got ADOExpress installed into my BCB5Pro but don't somehow feel thats the right direction either.

I use BCB5Pro to write ISAPI's and want to host these on Windows2003 servers, whatsa the best technology / methodology / database engine to do this with ?

What I dont want is to learn the commands for a new engine only for it to be immediately supreceeded by the new personality. I dont know too much about Windows2003.

I already know SQL from other things I do so I guess Microsofts SQL is probably a good direction.

Thanks for any ideas

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hmmmm

Postby Spaggie » Tue Jan 18, 2005 6:31 am

This looks like it might be in the right direction :

http://crlab.com/sdac/

anyone ever used it before ?

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My prefered DB

Postby 2ffat » Wed Feb 02, 2005 3:17 pm

I've never used Core Lab's products before so I can't comment on them. I've have good luck with TurboPower's Flash Filer (http://sourceforge.net/projects/tpflashfiler/) and the Advantage DB (http://resolution.extendedsystems.com/ADS/default.htm).

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Thanks for that,

Postby Spaggie » Sat Feb 05, 2005 5:45 am

SDAC seems cool at the moment, though getting MSDE installed was 'in at the deepend' - lol keeraazy microsoft and their bonkers command line installation configurations.

Anyway, Am cracking on lovely with MSDE/SDAC now

great

Thanks
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