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MySQL Or Flat File Databases?

Discussion in 'General Support' started by Brian, Nov 20, 2003.


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  1. mySQL

  2. Flat File

  3. No Database

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  1. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    I wanted to get some input to see if having the flat file option would be necessary in future versions and whether just having mySQL would be sufficient.

    Thanks for voting!
  2. Kr0n0s

    Kr0n0s New Member

    I think keeping the flat file as an option is better than just mysql because some hosts (cheap/free) won't let you have a myqsl db.
  3. Kent

    Kent Calendar user from Sweden

    Keep the option

  4. tomB

    tomB New Member

    Brian did you mean to have only one selection in the poll?

    How about:


    tomB :bigsmiley
  5. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    Actually, this poll is really old and probably didn't transfer over as it should when I upgraded to vBulletin. :)

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