[Zope-DB] ZODB Vs Mysql
Bo M. Maryniuck
Mon, 16 Jun 2003 09:40:09 +0200
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On Friday 13 June 2003 19:55, Norman Lorrain wrote:
> If you really want to use Zope (an excellent system, don't misunderstand
> me) stay away from RDBMS's.
Why?.. I use Zope + Oracle with dozen of different tables and views, a lot =
stored procedures and so on without any problems and I think Zope is OK.=20
Using ZODB for 100 tables is OK, if you will try Toby's Dickenson's Disk=20
Storage, instead of ZODB stored into the RAM. But using ZODB -- it is anoth=
song, since ZODB is object database, not relation one. So if you feel good=
yourself with RDBMS, do it. Yes, RDBMS is a bit slower vs. ZODB, but will=20
work stable and good.
1. Depends from DB you will chose
2. Depends from how you will do indexing and code inside Zope.
Regards, Bogdan M.Maryniuck
Think different? I'd be happy if most people would just think...
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