Unanswered: PostgreSQL and ProgreSQL - One in the Same?
Total newbie here in the world of open source DBMS. I'm evaluating an ERP system that runs on Linux and I'm told the database is ProgreSQL. All searches on ProgreSQL seem to tie into PostgreSQL. So what's the story here, is ProgreSQL and older version of PostgreSQL?
Secondly, if I'm expected to maintain this database, what skills should I target for training? I'm familiar with relational database structures - but haven't worked with stored procs, scripting, etc. - are these absolutely essential? Am I in way over my head here? Ya'll will help me through the tough times, right?
I've also seen some comments that Progress is a difficult database to work with. I can't say whether the comments are valid or not, as I have not worked with Progress. PostgreSQL, on the other hand...
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