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Before beginning i want to explain you i'm French and i hope you will excuse my poor english....

I'm working in a small entreprise and we are looking for a data base for one of our products.
This data base must allow multi session and a very important data quantity.
Someone has speak us about pgsql. I have some question i dont expect finding the result in your site.

I want to know what are your products and how many do they cost?
I saw few of yours products are free but i want to be sure they are all.

Can you give informations under your database capacity?

Do you have ODBC drivers for them?

Thank you.

Benoît Costes.
Neurosys.

Nov 11 '05 #1
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On Tue, 16 Sep 2003, [iso-8859-1] Benoît Costes wrote:
Before beginning i want to explain you i'm French and i hope you will excuse my poor english....

I'm working in a small entreprise and we are looking for a data base for one of our products.
This data base must allow multi session and a very important data quantity.
Someone has speak us about pgsql. I have some question i dont expect finding the result in your site.

I want to know what are your products and how many do they cost?
PostgreSQL, Cost 0$, or if you wont pay
http://www.commandprompt.com/entry.lxp?lxpe=147

I saw few of yours products are free but i want to be sure they are all.

Can you give informations under your database capacity?
http://advocacy.postgresql.org/

Do you have ODBC drivers for them?
http://gborg.postgresql.org/project/....php?downloads
Thank you.

Benoît Costes.
Neurosys.


regards
Pavel
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