Re: [PBML] Microsoft Access
- First, you can "use DBI" and connect to your access DB if you have it
registered on the server. That is what I am doing right now.
Second, why is it not good, bad, very bad, extremely bad? Actually, What are
the advantages of MySQL over Microsoft Access? My webhost doesnt charge for
Access DBs, but charges $20 a year for a MySQL account, so I really want to
Quoting Nadav Hareven <nadavdrorhareven@...>:
> Does someone here have a way to use SQLs (or whatever else) between
> Perl and Microsoft Access?
> Nadav Hareven
> Please don't tell me not to use Access, as I know it is not good,
> bad, very bad, and extreamly bad.
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- From: Dustin Smith AKA GIDustin <dustin@...>
> First, you can "use DBI" and connect to your access DB if you have itAccess was originaly designed as a "one user" database and has been
> registered on the server. That is what I am doing right now.
> Second, why is it not good, bad, very bad, extremely bad? Actually,
> What are the advantages of MySQL over Microsoft Access? My webhost
> doesnt charge for Access DBs, but charges $20 a year for a MySQL
> account, so I really want to know.
known to break under heavy load (too many people accessing the data
at the same time). I don't know what is the current situation though.
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