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SV: InstantDB: from taiwan


I couldn't agree more!
Maybe this posting is a bit out of the main area of interest in this group
but my company is
at the moment researching other options to the Oracle database, InstantDB
looks lika a good
alternative for our smaller projects and databases, but the problem is that
Lutris "says"
they're supposed to release it to the Open Source (as it was from the
beginning as I understood)
but they haven't really specified when. We do not really want to take the
risk of starting
to build stuff for a database when the day comes and Lutris changes their
minds and demands
us for $$$$$ for a license. What is the deal here really? Is IDB going to be
Open Source, and if
so, why isn't it that already?

PS. I do not want to offend anyone. Just thought I should ask since there's
a lot of people
wondering.

-----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
Från: owner-instantDB@enhydra.org
[mailto:owner-instantDB@enhydra.org]För Kambiz Darabi
Skickat: den 20 april 2001 08:06
Till: instantDB@enhydra.org
Ämne: RE: InstantDB: from taiwan


I don't want to offend anyone, but the most useful code for the community
would
be the source code of IDB :-)

"Keith Bigelow" <keith.bigelow@lutris.com> wrote:

> Dan,

> Is this code something you feel is of sufficient usefulness to share as
an
> upload to the community??
> keith

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-instantDB@enhydra.org [mailto:owner-instantDB@enhydra.org]On
> Behalf Of Dan Reese
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 1:07 PM
> To: instantDB@enhydra.org
> Subject: RE: InstantDB: from taiwan


> Hello,

> Since InstantDB stores Unicode Java characters, you will probably need to
> convert from Big5 to Unicode in order to store them in the database
(maybe
> the IDB authors will know more).  At my company, we've successfully done
the
> conversion using Java's ability to read a file in the Big5 encoding and
> translate the characters to Unicode.  Of course, you would then have to
> convert them back to Big5 when you wanted to use them.

> Dan Reese
> Clearstone Corporation


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-instantDB@enhydra.org [mailto:owner-instantDB@enhydra.org]On
> Behalf Of ffmm
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 1:46 PM
> To: instantdb@enhydra.org
> Subject: InstantDB: from taiwan


> dear staff:

>  does instantdb support directly read/write big5 characters to the
database
> ?

> i am a user from taiwan...and most of my data are containing big5
> characters...

> how should i do ?

> looking forward your feedback...

> thanks you very much

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