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Re: Firebird support [message #992 is a reply to message #990] Wed, 25 July 2007 18:28 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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I believe that a Radicore driver for Firebird is a non-starter for the simple reason that Firebird does not allow access to more than one database schema per connection, unlike more mature databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle. Radicore uses separate schemas for each subsystem, and has many places where a single SELECT statement contains JOINs to several different schemas at the same time.

Before you ask the question the answer is no. I am not going to change Radicore so that it puts all its database tables into a single schema.


 
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