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> El Mié 24 Sep 2003 07:24, nabil escribió:
> > Dear all;
> >
> > I have been using Mysql for a long time, but I have a benchmark Q.
> >
> > Is pgsql , better ? faster ? more reliable than mysql ?
> 
> Maybe not faster in FTS, but surely MORE reliable!!!
> 
> > any comment ?
> > Some people say that php is not for a very big enterprise, banking ,
> > application !! they said that java or even .NET is better 
> ... I m against
> > that but what do you all think ?
> 
> I'm not that sure. But one thing I am sure of is that I woud 
> never put a bank 
> account aplication using MySQL!

And why is that? MySQL is as secure as the application that accesses it. We
use it extensively for sensitive data, and it crunches numbers just fine. It
ranks up with Oracle in speed, lacking some features, which will be
available soon, such as stored procedures and triggers, and sub-selects
which are very soon to be available. 

Think .NET, think swiss cheese! Think Java, think long load times, think
PHP,  think quick SSI and security as long as you pass it through ssl



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