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    PostgreSQL Vs MySQL


    Hello Developers,

    I'm trying to decide between PostgreSql and MySql databases. Please I would like to know more detailed information of comparison between PostgreSQL and MySQL not only in Cost. Must be in functionalities and Performance betwen MySQL and PostgreSQL. Hope You provide information soon.
    if you have any document of comparision please send me attachment to my email
    arukala@gmx.de

    Thanx in advance

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    Arukala
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    and one more, it is additional information for above message.
    My project is E-Business Project. Comaprision of PostgreSQL vs MySQL could be in e-commerce project point of view.
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    Please bother searching this forum, this topic has been discussed a million times.
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    Arrow Quick comparison


    MySQL is a great light-weight data store. it does its best to store information as the frontend requires. it also has great features such as HEAP tables, which can be used as SQL interfaces to cached memory.

    PostgreSQL is attempting to be an enterprise database solution. If you want a backend which contains additional features for ensuring that your database has meaningful data.

    For serious applications, PostgreSQL is probably better *in most cases* though MySQL is good for certain kinds of applications.
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    Thank you very much


    Hello members,

    Thank you very much for all the members who posted and visited my thread. I got a solutions and i chose POSTGRESQL for my E-Business Portal.

    Best Regards,
    Arukala

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