[Pharo-project] Nile tests red - Pharo 1.3

Mariano Martinez Peck marianopeck at gmail.com
Fri May 6 10:56:23 CEST 2011


On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 10:44 AM, Alain rastoul <Alr.dev at free.fr> wrote:

> I used odbc-ffi and they are serious problem with the single threaded vm,
> you can lock the vm with only 2 connections.
>

In fact with only one. If the query is long, and ODBC doesn't answer until
the query is finished...you are screw :(


> That's what I want to check with dbx. I m also interested in glorp.
> . Sqlite is good for standalone or small apps.
> I'm talking of small to medium business systems from 1-10 users (small) to
> 500  (medium) computer users - where customers have dba and other
> admistrators who impose things like sql server or oracle.
>

Yes, exactly. That was the reason behind DBX. MSSQL and Oracle are supported
:)


> Postgresql could be also a player - don't know.
> I feel that pharo could take a place here with seaside apps
>
>
+1


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