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  1. #1
    Marshal Guest

    Web database engineering


    Dear Sir,

    I have a question regarding developing a web server database and it's future
    upgradability. I'm a Software Engineer whom is about to aboard on a new project
    in my company. We are developing a web server database. What I have in mind
    is an object-oriented database so that in the future it might be easier to
    upgrade into an active database. Whereas a relational database might require
    a total reconstruction. Which database engine would you suggest me to use?
    Is Linux a good choice in this situation? In a distance future, we might
    even consider the intelligent database approach.

    My main concern with the object database is its programming flexibility,
    compatibility, portability and of course speed.

    I would really appreciate your advise. Hope to hear from you in the nearest
    future. Thank you very much.


    Marshal Yung,
    Software Engineer,
    Coding House
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  2. #2
    Dan Appleman Guest

    Re: Web database engineering


    Marshal:

    When it comes to databases, I'm just a good enough programmer to use ADO
    to tap into Access or SQL
    server for my own application needs.
    I'm not even close to qualified to answer your questions.

    I invite any readers here to offer their suggestions - I'd love to hear them.

    Dan


    "Marshal" <meyung@tm.net.my> wrote:
    >
    >Dear Sir,
    >
    >I have a question regarding developing a web server database and it's future
    >upgradability. I'm a Software Engineer whom is about to aboard on a new

    project
    >in my company. We are developing a web server database. What I have in mind
    >is an object-oriented database so that in the future it might be easier

    to
    >upgrade into an active database. Whereas a relational database might require
    >a total reconstruction. Which database engine would you suggest me to use?
    >Is Linux a good choice in this situation? In a distance future, we might
    >even consider the intelligent database approach.
    >
    >My main concern with the object database is its programming flexibility,
    >compatibility, portability and of course speed.
    >
    >I would really appreciate your advise. Hope to hear from you in the nearest
    >future. Thank you very much.
    >
    >
    >Marshal Yung,
    >Software Engineer,
    >Coding House


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  3. #3
    Phil Weber Guest

    Re: Web database engineering

    Marshal: If you don't get an answer here, try posting your question to the
    web.server.general or enterprise.internet.intranet newsgroups. Thanks!
    ---
    Phil Weber
    DevX Newsgroup Admin


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