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lashkar
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Hi ,
Very nu in DB .
What would you think is the most popular SQL flavour with JAVA , JSP ?
Thanks for oyur comment .
ML
 
David O'Meara
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"lashkar",
Javaranch has a Naming Policy to help promote a professional atmosphere.
You'll find that having a valid name also increases your chance of having your queries answered.
ta,
Dave.
 
Peter den Haan
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If you're wondering what the most popular database is, it's probably MySQL for small-scale and home-grown applications. If you need a robust enterprise-level open source database, try PostgreSQL. In the Real World&tm;, it's the usual suspects: Oracle, SQL Server and DB2.
- Peter
 
lashkar
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Thanks Peter . ( Dave-->)I found out that I would like to be in SQLJ . Let m eknow if you have some tutorial links other than
SQLJ.org . Again thanks for the elaborate mail .
Dave ,
where do I change name ?
thanks ML
 
David O'Meara
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Unfortunately the UBB software that Javaranch runs on doesn't support changing names so you will have to re-register with a valid name. It's worth it tho
see you around,
Dave.
 
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