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    vanessa Guest

    Default Using MySQL

    Are there major differences between MySQL and MSSQL and MySQL and Access<BR>Thank you

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    mySQL doesn&#039t have any of the fancy visual tools that come with Access or SQL Server, building tables has to be done via SQL scripting (CREATE TABLE, DROP TABLE etc..), which is a bit of a pain.<BR><BR>It&#039s more standardised than Access and SQL Server, though functionality wise, it&#039s about at the same level as SQL 7.0 (actually it doesn&#039t have some advanced stuff like triggers, but for all practical purposes, anyway)<BR><BR>the NT version is surprisingly stable, and pretty quick too. <BR><BR>I&#039d still choose SQL Server first, given the choice, but I&#039d rather use mySQL than Access<BR><BR>j

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