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Introduced PostgreSQL for Windows

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Dear All ,

I dont know if you were aware of this but I found a link that provides
installation of PostgreSQL on windows (Yes with that next next button
wizard)
Some quick revew on it :
1. You have to register for the download.
2. As per licence it is only for 30 days
3. Based on PostgreSQL 7.2.1
4. Runs as service on Windows NT platform

I have installed it on Windows 2000 and it is working fine tilll now
So anyone who was looking for a windows port just try UltaSQL.

http://www.nusphere.com/products/#UltraSQL

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> I dont know if you were aware of this but I found a link that provides
installation of PostgreSQL on windows (Yes with that next next button
wizard) .... http://www.nusphere.com/products/#UltraSQL

Aren't they the guys who had that licensing/trademark dispute
with MySQL AB ?

Karsten
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Nov 22 '05 #2

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> Aren't they the guys who had that licensing/trademark dispute
with MySQL AB ?


Yep, they have had licensing dispute with AB, mostly because of
NuSphere transactional engine (the first one for MySQL) named Gemini.
Finally, they achieved a settlement and no further problems happened
since 2001.

Regarding PostgreSQL (the ancestor for UltraSQL), it is not GPLed and
therefore, there is no licensing problems at all.

JV.
Nov 22 '05 #3

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