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On 11/17/2014 3:16 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
If you are just looking around for a hefty back-end then Postgresql is likely to be far heftier than you really need. Similarly MySql/MariaDb are also strong and well able to cope with fairly vast databases. Postgresql connects to Base more easily.

good advice.  I'll try it for one appl  I may have to deal with

If you already have an existing MongoDb database and are looking for a front-end then it's a different story.

not yet, I just detest sql and am campaigning to relegate it to COBOL status. (something you never admit to knowing or using :)

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