Techie-Micheal wrote:This isn't cool. Oracle owns a competing product to MySQL. A competing product that costs a lot of money.
Oracle owns the MySQL innoDB database type, which makes it a pain for businesses because they can only use MyISAM (MyISAM is completely owned by MySQL and therefore free) unless they want to shovel out the megabucks for either Oracle or the MySQL InnoDB.
One good reason why I can't wait till MySQL finishes MySQL 6 (it will have the features of InnoDB, such as rollback/commit etc)
yah..it is a good movement..in the development of Transaction Control Language(TCL)..(Commit,Rollback and Save point)...
These options..are very very usefull in large transactions..
I too happy ...and waiting for My SQL 6,,,,