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Re: sqlite to mysql
Posted by: viztechweb services
Date: May 16, 2011 05:34AM

SQLite is a single-file based database and MySQL is a normal database. That's great.
It might be better to say that SQLite is an embedded database while MySQL is a standalone database. You don't embed the database engine of MySQL inside your app because it is too big; rather, you access the database via a running instance over some access interface, and doesn't require a host application of any sort.

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