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Re: This is what i´m trying to do.

thunderbird database
About database, I think that MySQL was the most plateform-independant 
database I know.
I think even that php is more suitable for light applications 
(retrieving and updating database from a webpage) in old hardware. Java 
is greedy in resources.

Lic. Daniel Alfredo Betancourt Reboso wrote:

>Thank´s for the answer.
>This is what i´m trying to do:
>A Web service that uses a Database System and retrieve information from it into
>a web page. And allow updates and modification to the database through a web
>page, and keep the fundamentals of a Database  (Integrity, and so on you all
>All this taking into account that there are a few PC´s old hardware at my work
>who need to be connected to the web service.
>I´m looking a plataformfor independent technology. I´m toward XML and Java. 
>At the beginning I thought of PHP and MySQL, but it is some how a plataform
>dependent, isn´t it?. Any way, Java and XML are much more future like languajes
>and has many advantages I might use to make portable and scalable my product.
>I would like to use a database system that runs independently with Java or with
>XML, is there any?
>Any coments or ideas to improve my intends?
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