MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle

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MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« on: 05-19-2010, 05:27:16 »
Which database is your favourite, I was a big fan of IBM's DB2 platform but more and more am starting to love good old MySQL. Works great for most websites but wouldn't trust it with heavy duty transactional stuff!

What's everyone else think ? :P


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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #1 on: 05-30-2010, 02:20:47 »
My favorite are MySQL and Postgres.


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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #2 on: 06-01-2010, 02:05:28 »
Yes. PostgreSQL should be considered when researching both open source and commercial database servers.

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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #3 on: 06-11-2010, 10:10:35 »
I used oracle long time ago with a java application, great transactional functionality. However for simple webapps, I love the simplicity of MySQL. Kicks ass man!

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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #4 on: 08-26-2022, 05:23:47 »
Which database is your favourite, I was a big fan of IBM's DB2 platform but more and more am starting to love good old MySQL. Works great for most websites but wouldn't trust it with heavy duty transactional stuff!

What's everyone else think ? :P
Choice is yours but I like My SQL because, MySQL tops the list of robust transactional database engines available on the market. With features such as complete atomic, consistent, isolated, durable transaction support; multi-version transaction support; and unrestricted row-level locking, it is the go-to solution for full data integrity.


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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #5 on: 09-20-2022, 05:51:55 »
I used oracle long time ago with a java application, great transactional functionality. However for simple webapps, I love the simplicity of MySQL. Kicks ass man!

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Re: MySQL vs DB2 vs Oracle
« Reply #6 on: 10-06-2022, 05:28:54 »
Oracle is an object relational database management system, which allows objects to be stored in tables, in a manner similar to numbers and words being stored in an RDBMS system.

The only interface available between end users and an RDBMS is Structured Query Language (SQL). All other applications and tools that users utilize to interact with the RDBMS act as translators/interpreters. These tools generate SQL commands based on a user's request and pass the generated SQL commands on to the RDBMS.

 

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