MySQL Forums :: Falcon :: GUID
Posted by: Eddie Conner ()
Date: December 14, 2008 01:44PM
Has Sun/MySQL re-considered adding a true GUID type (not the binary(16) in the MySQL provider work around) to be compatible with other current databases? Microsoft and others are using GUIDs in data designs even more today. How can anyone even think about migrating from MSSQL and other major databases without having to consider to change their data types since GUIDS are not TRUELY supported?
|GUID||Eddie Conner||12/03/2007 08:58PM|
|Re: GUID||Hakan Kuecuekyilmaz||12/04/2007 05:37AM|
|Re: GUID||Eddie Conner||12/04/2007 08:06AM|
|Re: GUID||Eddie Conner||12/14/2008 01:44PM|
|Re: GUID||Hakan Kuecuekyilmaz||03/06/2009 09:21AM|
|Re: GUID||Eddie Conner||05/18/2009 08:10PM|
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