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remote and db located in a db server, and one connection that database is embedded in the App local

Leonidas Savvides
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Android (with database) Apps and generally, all database connected Apps can have two types of database (or more?),
one connection is remote and db located in a db server, and one connection that database is embedded in the App locally,
(in the latter case db increase App size?), is this correct?
What called each kind in the propel db terminology?
Where find pros and cons of each (url)?
Also how choose what to use between (url)?
Exist Custom Apps (or Android particularly) that have both kinds of DBs used inside them?
SQLite, MySQL, MS-Access 2010, FoxPro, Oracle,… these belong to one category (to which?) or exist databases belong in both db categories, if yes which?
 
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