Subject Re: [firebird-support] Firebird vs SQLLite
Author Ann W. Harrison
Hugues Van Landeghem wrote:
> Can somebody give good argument for Firebird ?

Although it is transactional, SQLite does not support
concurrent transactions, so if your embedded application
needs two or more connections, they must be serialized.
An embedded Firebird database is simple to upgrade to
a fully shared database - just change the shared library.

And the guy who says that the inplace transaction log
makes it prone to corruption is full of it. Yes there
are corruptions, but if you follow the support list of
any open source database, you'll find corruptions.

Good luck,