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FIELD
PROGRAM
COPY
MANUAL
DEVELOPMENT
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CLIENT
ADDRESS
MODIFIED
NULL
SEQUENCES
WORLD WIDE WEB
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CONNECTING
POPULAR CHOICE
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USERS
EARLIER VERSIONS
SET
POSSIBLE VALUES
ORACLE DATABASE
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UNIX SYSTEMS
FIELD NAMES
WORK PERFECTLY
CURRENT
VALUE
SUPPORT
SOFTWARE
INTERFACE
SOURCE
PORT NUMBER
PATCH
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API
DOCUMENTATION
MSQL VERSION
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Nest Tables

  1. You can't nest tables in mSQL (don't think you can in ANSI SQL either). (Web site)

Msqlperl

  1. The test suites for msql and msqlperl ran flawlessly. (Web site)

Msql Monitor

  1. The mSQL monitor is an interactive interface to the mSQL server.

Mmap

  1. MMAP= and then recompile the mSQL package. (Web site)

Mini Sql

  1. Mini SQL, or mSQL as is it often called, is a light weight relational database management system.
  2. Mini SQL 2.0 is the second generation of the mSQL database system.

Msql Distribution

  1. The mSQL distribution contains several programs and utilities to allow you to use and manage your databases.

Connection

  1. The connection to the mSQL engine can be closed using msqlClose().

Somewhere

  1. Consequently, mSQL 1.0.x does the following for a LIKE pattern which is somewhere between globbing and full regular expressions: 1. (Web site)

Fields

  1. Provided you declare it correctly when the table is defined, mSQL will handle fields of at least several thousand characters without problems. (Web site)

Field

  1. See the table in the section "Can I use mSQL reserved words as field or table names?" below. (Web site)
  2. For each field in a table, mSQL will also store an additional flag byte. (Web site)

Program

  1. This is the directory in which all the mSQL files are located (such as the program files, the database files etc).

Copy

  1. You may also wish to copy your report to the mSQL mailing list at msql-list@bunyip.com. (Web site)

Manual

  1. To learn more about the new indexing capabilities provided by mSQL 2.0, please see the mSQL Query Language section of this manual.
  2. Before you post a question to the mSQL mailing list, read the manual that came with the mSQL distribution.

Development

  1. By 1996, development on mSQL began to stagnate and MySQL arose to fill that void.

Mechanism

  1. The mSQL monitor is intended to be used as a mechanism for creating your database tables and for submitting ad-hoc SQL queries to the server.

Client

  1. The full path name of the UNIX domain socket created by the mSQL server for connections from client applications running on the same machine.

Address

  1. It takes as its only argument the name or IP address of the host running the mSQL server.

Modified

  1. Once you've modified the dump file, drop and recreate the database using msqladmin and repopulate the new database using the dump file and msql.

Null

  1. When you insert a NULL as a primary key integer field, mSQL chooses a unique sequence number. (Web site)

Sequences

  1. Sequences provide a mechanism via which a sequence value can be maintained by the mSQL server.

World Wide Web

  1. Integration of mSQL and the World Wide Web is covered in the W3-mSQL section.

Tables

  1. We once started out with the intention of using mSQL to connect to our tables using our own fast low-level (ISAM) routines. (Web site)
  2. We started out with the intention of using the mSQL database system to connect to our tables using our own fast low-level (ISAM) routines. (Web site)
  3. The create clause as supported by mSQL 2 can be used to create tables, indices, and sequences.

Connecting

  1. Sometimes you may have difficulty in connecting to the mSQL database server - msqld. (Web site)

Popular Choice

  1. Because of the better performance (mSQL did not have indexes) and the GPL license, MySQL quickly becomes a popular choice.

Further Information

  1. Further information on the new features in mSQL 2.0 can be found in Appendix A.

Users

  1. Creation of a news group would mean that users would need to track both forums in order to keep abreast of current developments in mSQL. (Web site)
  2. Other users have also reported problems when running mSQL from NFS mounted partitions. (Web site)

Earlier Versions

  1. Note: earlier versions of mSQL returned a NULL result handle if no data was found.

Set

  1. A number of sites have set up a web based archive of the mSQL mailing list (among others). (Web site)
  2. Keystone is a purely web-based system, implemented as a set of PHP3 scripts and using mSQL, MySQL or PostgresSQL as the backend database engine. (Web site)

Possible Values

  1. Possible values for the type field are defined in msql.h.

Oracle Database

  1. This is not unique to mSQL, the Oracle database server behaves in a similar manner. (Web site)

Linux

  1. There has been one report that the problem lies not within mSQL or Linux but in the hardware in use. (Web site)

Unix Systems

  1. The fact that mSQL can be accessed from virtually every popular scripting language used on UNIX systems has been one of the factors of its popularity.

Field Names

  1. Remember that mSQL reserved words are case insensitive so UPPER case or MiXeD cAsE reserved words are also forbidden in table or field names. (Web site)

Work Perfectly

  1. If you're using such a version of Linux, mSQL will work perfectly well using mmap. (Web site)

Current

  1. Current releases of the mSQL package and applications that use mSQL are always available from the Hughes Technologies web site.
  2. There are a few known problems with the current release of mSQL 2.0B x. (Web site)

Value

  1. The application should not try to determine an actual time from this value as the internal representation used may change in a future release of mSQL.
  2. The value contained in this variable is the internal record number used by the mSQL engine to access the table row.

Support

  1. The current release of mSQL has NO direct support for BLOBs. (Web site)
  2. Considering that mSQL is developed and supported in Australia, a news group would pose an unacceptable delay in providing support for mSQL. (Web site)

Software

  1. If you require product support, a new version of the software, or some ideas about using mSQL then please visit our web site.

Interface

  1. Where can I find examples of code that interface with mSQL? If you're writing code in the C programming language, examine the mSQL distribution itself. (Web site)

Source

  1. While not recommended, the default maximum name length value of 20 can be changed by editing the mSQL source code. (Web site)
  2. Though it was the database of choice of Open Source, mSQL itself was not an open source technology.
  3. The mSQL distribution is structured to allow it to be compiled on multiple machines using the same copy of the source code (source tree).

Port Number

  1. Change the port number the other program is using so that it doesn't conflict with mSQL 2. Ensure that mSQL uses a different port number.

Patch

  1. If your patch modifies a number of separate aspects of mSQL, split each of these into different patches. (Web site)
  2. See the mSQL mailing list archives for details on this patch. (Web site)
  3. Post this difference listing and an explanation of the patch to the mSQL mailing list.

Patches

  1. Additional postings may occur from time to time, when necessary patches are announced or when a new release of mSQL is made available for example.

Api

  1. This value is used as a handle for all other calls to the mSQL API. The value returned is in fact the socket descriptor for the connection.
  2. This resulted in a new SQL interface to our database but with almost the same API interface as mSQL. This API was chosen to ease porting of third-party code. (Web site)

Documentation

  1. The web site includes the latest version of mSQL, documentation, example software, references to customer sites, and much more.
  2. For more details see the documentation that comes with mSQL. (Web site)

Msql Version

  1. There is no solution to this problem in mSQL version 1. (Web site)
  2. In the example given, the client was compiled with mSQL version 1. (Web site)
  3. The version of makedepend that ships with mSQL version 1. (Web site)

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