|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] Beginer questions: Front-end, ANSI compliance, advanced features|
> I am new to FireBird and want to use it as a back-end to my .NETis any system 100% compliant?
> applications. I have few queries regarding this:
> (1) Is FireBird 100% ANSI-SQL compliant?
I think FB is more compliant than possibly ones you are used to - to the
extent that you will believe at first, that your previous system is more so,
when in fact, FB is the compliant one.
>there are several replication tools around, free and commercial - see
> (2) Does it support advanced database features like replication,
> multi-version concurrency control (MVCC), clustering etc?
www.ibphoenix.com for a listng
some one else can comment on MVCC and clustering
>again - go to www.ibphoenix.com - there are many all good - your choice, try
> (3) Which is the best GUI front-end for working with FireBird?
> (4) Can it be easily connected to .NET (1.1/2.0) and what performance
> level is achieved with .NET applications?
join the https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/firebird-net-provider
>again, many tools available, see ibphoenix for a full listing
> (5) Does it have an automated backup feature?
> Visit http://www.firebirdsql.org and click the Resources item
> on the main (top) menu. Try Knowledgebase and FAQ links !
> Also search the knowledgebases at http://www.ibphoenix.com
> Yahoo! Groups Links