Technologies of Choice
MySQL: Our Take

When should you use MySQL? When is Oracle preferred? What's MySQL missing, anyway? Here's our two cents. Please feel free to drop us a line and give us your take...

First of all, you should use MySQL to store data for moderately complex applications.


Coming in Version 4: transactions, foreign key constraints, subselects.

Still missing: stored procedures, replication, triggers

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