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What is pervasive SQL?
« on: January 14, 2009, 01:53:42 AM »
Pervasive PSQL is Pervasive Software\'s relational database (RDBMS) product. Designed for embedded database installations where the DBMS is distributed as part of an application software package, PPSQL provides both relational and transactional access to data. PPSQL is available on Linux, Novell NetWare and Microsoft Windows platforms. PPSQL is available in two editions: Workgroup and Server. The workgroup edition provides database services for single users and small networks up to five concurrent users. The server edition supports six or more concurrent users.

PPSQL supports SQL and offers developers the ability to connect through industry standard APIs such as ADO, ADO.NET, JDBC, ODBC, and OLE DB.

PPSQL is a superset of the original Btrieve data management product. PPSQL supports the entire Btrieve API and is backwards compatible with previous versions of PPSQL and Btrieve.

PPSQL\'s target clients are Independent Software Vendors (ISV\'s) building and maintaining applications for small to mid-sized enterprises.

Pervasive PPSQL provides simultaneous access to data through both transactional and relational APIs. This means that developers can use both Btrieve API and SQL from the same application.

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What is pervasive SQL?
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