On Wed, 5 Jul 2000, Paul Aviles wrote:
 > What am I doing wrong?? Also, is there a way to connect to a postgres or
 > mysql database? Is one better than the other?

Postgresql is a true object relational database which includes the ability 
to define transactions etc., MySQL isn't a true RDBMS. If you are serious 
about the back-end and your application includes the ability to update the 
database by more than one user concurrently then PostgreSQL is the way to 
go. It's also Open Source.

It's easy to connect to Postgresql using the ZPyGreSQLDA which you can find 
on zope.org at the end of the downloads pages.

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