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From Eddie Murphy <eddielik...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: OS database
Date Mon, 07 Mar 2005 06:02:58 GMT
Hi,
 
Thank you guys (Bernd, Dan and Vikas) for sharing information. I guess that I should narrow
my list and choose between Derby and Daffodil's-One$DB. 
 
One more question, if One$DB is under LGPL so does it means that I can bundle it with my commercial
software without any problem. can someone direct me where I can find more info about its licence...
 
Thanx,
Edd
 

Vikas Sharma <vikas1982_sharma@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
Hey Edd, I have some info on one$db
 
>As for one$db, I do not believe it is an open source database.also want to >carefully
check its licence agreement to see if it suites
>your needs.

One$DB is an OS edition of Daffodil DB at sourceforge.net. It has been made available under
LGPL http://sourceforge.net/projects/daffodildb/ . It can be fairly compared with Derby.
 
Hope this helps Edd
 
Vikas 

Daniel John Debrunner <djd@debrunners.com> wrote:
Eddie Murphy wrote:

> Hi Bernd,
> Thanks for the 1 liner but can you please elaborate on the features that
> Derby has and Hsql and one$db don't. Have you tried all three..? If I
> am not wrong then even one$db can work in server and embedded.

Here's my view on hsqldb

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/dw_blog_comments.jspa?blog=397&entry=71417

As for one$db, I do not believe it is an open source database. You may
also want to carefully check its licence agreement to see if it suites
your needs.


Dan.



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