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BigWarpGuy
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1. SQL for OS/2?
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I found this link while looking for images of eCS. I have heard of SQL before. This one seems for OS/2. Can anyone tell me more about it?
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Date: 02 Oct, 2004 on 17:20
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BigWarpGuy (02 Oct, 2004 17:20):
I found this link while (snip)

...what link?
Looks like either you omitted the link or I can't see it...

Cheers
Thomas

Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 09:48
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3. Re:SQL for OS/2?
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If you read about SQL and eCS was mentioned I assume that it was mySQL that you read about. mysql is an opensourced based SQL driven database.

Structured Query Language - SQL is a standard interactive and programming language for getting information from and updating a database. Although SQL is both an ANSI and an ISO standard, many database products support SQL with proprietary extensions to the standard language.

SQL comes from IBM so from IBM you have DB2 and from Microsoft there is MS SQL Server (they where a bit smarter regarding the name since I've talked to companies that belives that SQL is from Microsoft). Both DB2 and mysql are available for OS2. For example this online forum would not work without mysql as a backend application to store all the postings, etc.

Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 12:28
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I must have thought I added it and didn't or totally forgot to add the link. I aplogize for the error.

Thanks for the information.

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Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 14:18
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http://www.os2power.com/yuri/mysql2/

http://mysql.netlabs.org/

http://www.os2voice.org/VNL/past_issues/VNL0704H/vnewsf3.htm

http://rucus.ru.ac.za/docs/mysql/OS-2.html

http://www.bitmechanic.com/mail-archives/mysql/current/1503.html

Here are some links I found using 'mysql os/2' with Google.

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Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 14:21
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BigWarpGuy (04 Oct, 2004 14:21):
Here are some links I found using 'mysql os/2' with Google.

Well, okay... but... I think we've got some misunderstanding here. I only wanted to know what link you were talking about in order to give you an answer (or help) on what it is about.
But as Kim already explained enough, I think we can conclude on that subject.

Greetings
Thomas

Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 14:47
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Just One more Link.

I am doing a major update over the month. Been procrastinating since my carrer change.

http://www.os2world.com/rdbms

Update will be done on or before October 31, 2004

Ciao

David Del Col


warpcafe (04 Oct, 2004 14:47):

BigWarpGuy (04 Oct, 2004 14:21):
Here are some links I found using 'mysql os/2' with Google.

Well, okay... but... I think we've got some misunderstanding here. I only wanted to know what link you were talking about in order to give you an answer (or help) on what it is about.
But as Kim already explained enough, I think we can conclude on that subject.

Greetings
Thomas


Date: 04 Oct, 2004 on 15:29
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http://www.os2power.com/yuri/mysql2/
I am pretty sure it was this one. The first one listed in my previous post. I listed the others since I was not sure which one it was (I thought I had copied but realize now that I did not).

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Date: 05 Oct, 2004 on 14:22
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Another possible product is PostgreSQL, which also has been ported to our favorite software platform.

http://www.ecomstation.it/postgres/

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Date: 09 Oct, 2004 on 13:26
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