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Thread: MySQL vs. MaxDB

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    Unanswered: MySQL vs. MaxDB

    We are in the process of trying to decide whether to use MySQL or MaxDB for our project. MaxDB is appealing because it supports stored procedures and sub queries. However, where are concerned about MaxDB performance.

    Is there any benchmark data available that compares the performance of MySQL and MaxDB?

    If anybody had any experience with this issue, your input will be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: MySQL vs. MaxDB

    Originally posted by george5006
    We are in the process of trying to decide whether to use MySQL or MaxDB for our project. MaxDB is appealing because it supports stored procedures and sub queries. However, where are concerned about MaxDB performance.

    Is there any benchmark data available that compares the performance of MySQL and MaxDB?

    If anybody had any experience with this issue, your input will be greatly appreciated.
    There are subselects supported by MySQL but you need to install 4.1.x version.
    Stored procedures are supported from 5.0 version but keep in mind 5.0 is an alpha release.

    MaxDB is very good DB but if you don't have experience with it choose MySQL for your project.

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    Re: MySQL vs. MaxDB

    Thanks for your reply,

    I was wondering, what is the reason that you are recommending to choose MySQL over MaxDB?

    Originally posted by ika
    There are subselects supported by MySQL but you need to install 4.1.x version.
    Stored procedures are supported from 5.0 version but keep in mind 5.0 is an alpha release.

    MaxDB is very good DB but if you don't have experience with it choose MySQL for your project.

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