Thomas Weholt wrote:
> Now that I`ve a couple of SQL-methods working with Gadfly, I`m wondering if they
>will work without modification if I install a different SQL-database, like Postgres.
>Of course, that depends on SQL-syntax used and what part of SQL-standard the other
>database supports, but for rather simple SQL-stuff it should be ok, right?
> I hoped to create a prototype of my entire project just using Gadfly, with a very
>limited amount of data, then install a different database-adapter when it`s time to
>really shove alot of data into it. The queries might need optimization, but I`ll take
>those problems when they come.
> I just want to know if there are pitfalls to watch out for working like this?
i prototyped a large and intricately=linked support system in Zope with
MySQL, and deployed to Sybase. of course, I later improved it by taking
advantage of some of Sybase's advantages over MySQl
Basically, as long as you stick to standard SQL, you _should_ be fine.
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