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On Monday 24 May 2004 08:08, Celestial Wizard wrote:
> I'm sure this issue has probably been handled before, but I am not
> sure where to look.
> How does one go about handling USE flags for applications that support
> multiple database backends (I'm sure there are other examples)?
> For example, Request Tracker and DSpam both support multiple database
> backends, postgres, mysql, oracle, etc...
> How does one choose one over the other when you can only support one?
Add a warning, and, look which one works "best" prefer that one. Of
course "best" is often arbitrary, but still try to find some. "best"
could even be that backend that is fastest to compile or free. (Oracle
would not easilly qualify as best).
Paul de Vrieze
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