On 4 Jan 2001 syurman at my-deja.com wrote:
> We're geographers in private practice, and have been using ACEDB quite
> happily for a couple of years. For some reason we started a new project
> in a relational database instead. Why? I don't have an excuse really.
> Must have taken leave of my senses. After a particularly nasty bout
> with the stuff my partner sent me this, and I couldn't resist passing it
Could I enquire as to what problems you had using a relational database?
Our group heavily uses acedb at the moment but we are looking into the
*possibilities* of whether our data could also be stored in a relational
Were there any *general* problems with relational databases that you were
having where acedb proved superior?
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