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 Post subject: Opinion requested: CubeSql or Studio Stable
PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 10:22 pm 
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CubeSql or Studio Stable? I need to develop an inventory and sales app for my business. I'm positive that the app will never have more than 3 concurrent users (yeah I know... Plan for growth and all that) and I'm looking at these two for simplicity. But I can't make up my mind. What would you guys recomend between these two? And no I don't want to use Postgrese or MySql :P

Due to the nature of the business it can't handle more than 30 clients and we process 5 or 6 orders a day tops so we will not handle gazillion records, I just want/need to automate our paper based system.

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 Post subject: Re: Opinion requested: CubeSql or Studio Stable
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I use CubeSQL for web and desktop projects, works well and fast, and is very easy to use with Realstudio (no code changes when used with REALSQLDatabase). I have not tried Stable Studio, but I think it is a little more work to deploy. CubeSql (RealSQLServer above) is a product tested for years. It´s free for 3 concurrent users.


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 Post subject: Re: Opinion requested: CubeSql or Studio Stable
PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:12 pm 
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georgelbs wrote:
I use CubeSQL for web and desktop projects, works well and fast, and is very easy to use with Realstudio (no code changes when used with REALSQLDatabase). I have not tried Stable Studio, but I think it is a little more work to deploy. CubeSql (RealSQLServer above) is a product tested for years. It´s free for 3 concurrent users.


Thanks for you reply. I believe I'm going with CubeSql.

The only thing I dont't like of cube is that when I import a DB and then release it I can't open it with the SQLite admin tool I was using. The Firefox addin works just fine though.

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 Post subject: Re: Opinion requested: CubeSql or Studio Stable
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Why do you not want to use sql lite aka realsqldatabase?

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 Post subject: Re: Opinion requested: CubeSql or Studio Stable
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Both his requests are SQLite. If I had to guess, he's looking for a multi-user AND/OR server-based SQLite implementation.

Hector, we (Real Software) used CubeSQL's predecessor as our database engine for many years. If you like what SQLite offers, it should serve you fine. I have no experience with Studio Stable though, so I can't recommend one over the other.

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Thanks Thom.

Yes, both options were SQLite based. I'm keeping it very simple as the app doesn't require much in terms of concurrency or overly complex functionality.

I ended up using CubeSQL. Works just fine for what is required.

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