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Mckoi vs HSQLDB

Gregg Bolinger
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After reading through another thread I ran across a link to the Mckoi database. I was wondering if anyone knows how it compares feature wise to that of HSQL.

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Paul Michael
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anybody home?

(also waiting for a reply)

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Brian Sam-Bodden

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McKoi DB seems pretty fast but is still an up-and-coming product. I would definetively recomemnd HSQLDB or the recently released CloudEscape (don't remember the Open Source name). Axion is still not quite ready for production use.

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