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  • Steve Hayes
    ... Thanks very much -- it sounds very interesting, and your articles are very good -- thanks for that. When I ve studied them in more detail I might come back
    Message 1 of 5 , May 16, 2009
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      On 16 May 2009 at 13:01, Leif B. Kristensen wrote:

      > On Saturday 16. May 2009, Steve Hayes wrote:
      > >On 16 May 2009 at 9:44, Leif B. Kristensen wrote:

      > >> Where is PostgreSQL?
      > >
      > >I never heard of it -- but perhaps you could write soemthing about it
      > > and tell us what you do with it!
      >
      > PostgreSQL (http://www.postgresql.org) is a very advanced open source
      > RDBMS, in the same league as commercial alternatives like Oracle, DB/2
      > or MSSQL. It's BSD licensed, which means that you can do absolutely
      > whatever you want with it, no strings attached. And it's totally rock
      > solid.
      >
      > I've written three articles about the migration from The Master
      > Genealogist to my own home-stitched application:
      >
      > http://solumslekt.org/forays/tmg.php
      > http://solumslekt.org/forays/blue.php
      > http://solumslekt.org/forays/exodus.php
      >
      > There's also an ┬źexecutive overview┬╗ at this page:
      >
      > http://solumslekt.org/note_en.php
      >
      > In my blog http://solumslekt.org/blog/ I try to describe the development in
      > some detail. -- Leif Biberg Kristensen | Registered Linux User #338009 Me And
      > My Database: http://solumslekt.org/blog/

      Thanks very much -- it sounds very interesting, and your articles are very
      good -- thanks for that.

      When I've studied them in more detail I might come back to you with a few
      questions.


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