Subject Re: [Firebird-general] RE: MySQL versus Firebird
Author Dimitry Sibiryakov
10.03.2014 18:38, IJFQSFTGESJU@... wrote:
> If anyone is interested I have a similar comparison here:
> It includes Oracle, Postgres, SQL Server, DB2, Firebird, MySQL and the three popular Java
> embedded engines

Why you put "No" in "Comparison based on RegEx" for Firebird. Isn't SIMILAR TO exactly
Computed columns, MERGE, triggers on VIEWs and arrays are supported in Firebird as well.
BOOLEAN, autoincrements and DDL triggers will be in 3.0.
UUID can be stored in VARCHAR OCTETS without conversion, can you deny?..
Functions as column defaults are enabled in Firebird, but not in Oracle (you cannot say
DEFAULT seq.nextvalue for example).