|Subject:||Re: Am I missing something?
|Date:||15 Jun 2020 22:22:30 -0400
|From:||"Kevin Zawicki" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are limited to a certain database size, and you can't have more than
one database in the same cluster
Seem to be 10 GB and you can have more than 1 DB.
At least I can start porting over some things.
Tom Krieg <REMOVEtomkCAPITALS@sdassociates.com.au> wrote:
>I use the free (communitiy) version of Visual Studio. As I'm a single
>developer it suits me perfectly. The functionality is the same except
>for the enterprise "sharing" stuff. I really like it. A bit like the
>Paradox IDE 20 years younger and on steroids. SQL express not so much.
>You are limited to a certain database size, and you can't have more than
>one database in the same cluster. I think it's designed to replace access.
>For a full-featured SQL database you can't go past PostgreSQL. It
>interfaces perfectly with Visual Studio with the Npgsql (.NET access)
>On 16/06/2020 4:28 am, Kevin Zawicki wrote:
>> What do you think of the "free" Visual Studio Community and "free" SQL
>> for single PC, small business development?
>> I have done C# (extensive batch work) and some SQL. Not much in C# GUI