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    Unanswered: Best Database System in 2010

    Hello everybody.

    Can anybody let me know, which is the best Database system( among DB2, Oracle, MySql etc) in this year.

    Thank you for any information in advance.

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    I think it is dBase III

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    best judged by what measure?
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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    this year? 2010?

    has to be No SQL
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    Depending on your needs, the "best" database could be either PICK or MUMPS. They are both fabulous for the problems that they are meant to solve.

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    it is the one that you use and pays the bills

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    The best database for me

    STSdb is the most innovative database for sure!

    • Sustaining extreme transaction volumes and tempos
    • Supporting mission-critical analytics and data warehousing


    Thanks to its unique concepts when developing, STSdb is really handling huge data I haven't seen before...

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    STSdb appears to be an embedded database employing NoSQL key/value pair storage engine, and not a database system.
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    Sorry, could not stop myself!

    Of course it's Lotus Notes! Everyone uses it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkfloyd43 View Post
    Sorry, could not stop myself!

    Of course it's Lotus Notes! Everyone uses it!
    erm no
    not everyone uses Lotus Notes
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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    What about flat file every thing can read it.
    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkfloyd43 View Post
    Everyone uses it!
    Well, then it must be Microsoft Excel.
    I'm sure it's used (and mis-used as a "database") even more

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