yes, there already a few differences between the 2 SQL flavors, minor syntax issues, that would make me go thru all my code to check....
you see no conflict having firebird and postgresql on the same server ?
Thanks for your input.
Em 24/05/2019 15:03, Boris Borzic escreveu:
> Edgar Borger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> I have a customer running firebird sql for another application, and I
>> want to migrate his current system in dbf files into sql tables, so
>> can I use the same firebird sql that is already running in his server
>> with sqlexpress (via odbc of course) ? if not, can I install
>> postgresql in the same server ? is the use of firebird different from
>> postgre ? will the same routine that I have running in postgre work
>> with firebird ?
> Every DBMS has it's differences. Although ODBC tries to minimize these
> differences for the programmer, it's highly recommended that you test your
> application on the new DBMS.
> My guess would be that installing postgresql in the same server would be
> the simplest solution.
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