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What reasons would you use MS SQL 2005 instead of MYSQL? Are there any
differences in performance?

Chris

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Chris,

...because it's supported? 🙂

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Shaun Pond wrote:

> Chris,


> ...because it's supported? 🙂


LOL! Yeah, but will we gain anything by installing the MS SQL 2005
product vice MYSQL?

Chris

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Unless things have changed, I am pretty sure I remember at Brainshare
being told that MySQL currently does not have some of the functionality
that MS SQL does (support for some kind of function which made it
slow/unreliable), which is why MySQL is not supported.

Chris Murzda wrote:
> Shaun Pond wrote:
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>> Chris,

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>> ...because it's supported? 🙂

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> LOL! Yeah, but will we gain anything by installing the MS SQL 2005
> product vice MYSQL?
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> Chris
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Jeremy Mlazovsky wrote:

> Unless things have changed, I am pretty sure I remember at Brainshare
> being told that MySQL currently does not have some of the functionality
> that MS SQL does (support for some kind of function which made it
> slow/unreliable), which is why MySQL is not supported.


> Chris Murzda wrote:
>> Shaun Pond wrote:
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>>> Chris,

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>>> ...because it's supported? 🙂

>>
>> LOL! Yeah, but will we gain anything by installing the MS SQL 2005
>> product vice MYSQL?
>>
>> Chris
>>


I thought the default database was mysql? Please clarify

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Chris,

the default database is Sybase... only Sybase and MS SQL are supported

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MS SQL 2005, to be exact. MS SQL 2000 is not supported.

Shaun Pond wrote:
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> the default database is Sybase... only Sybase and MS SQL are supported
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Jeremy,

yep

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Thank you for clarifying that.

Chris

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Chris,

don't forget to use the doc s:) http://www.novell.com/documentation/zcm10/zcm10_installation/data/b8benqn.html

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Shaun Pond wrote:

> Chris,


> don't forget to use the doc s:)

http://www.novell.com/documentation/zcm10/zcm10_installation/data/b8benqn.html

I actually did read this but for some reason MYSQL kept getting stuck in
my head when actaully I was intending SYBASE.

My original question was if there were any benefits of using MS SQL 2005
instead of the imbedded SYBASE database.

Thanks Shaun


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Chris,

ah, then I guess the answer would be a) if you already have experience
in MW SQL, or b) If you needed to push the performance (multi-cpu, etc)

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