On 9/25/2015 4:03 PM, mark at markesystems.com
thing, although MySQL is fine but for this I think SQLite
might be a better choice of db. Its access methods are all in-process
ie. no external
dbms service to bother with, just a library to link in and the
physical database is a disk file (.s3db extension). It has a much
'lighter' db footprint.
As I mentioned in another response, I truly dislike SQLite, based on my
experience with it on my Garmin GPS.
I'm still not sure why - my experience has been very good. What bad
experiences have you had?
My Garmin has had data integrity issues in its database. Plus, lack of
*convenient* tools, and having to rummage around here and there to find
On top of that, this will be part of an online web app some day, so
having the database in the address space of the web server is probably
not a Good Thing.