FRIHOSTFORUMSSEARCHFAQTOSBLOGSCOMPETITIONS
You are invited to Log in or Register a free Frihost Account!


MySQL in Desktop Applications





polly-gone
I am currently planning out a piece of desktop software that could potentially store massive amounts of records and I am looking for the best way to store these records.

The application is most likely going to be designed in Flex, which is Adobe's own desktop programming language that runs on Adobe Air. How hard would it be to implement a system that can store info in MySQL databases stored on a local computer? Is there a simple way for a non-computer savvy person to implement the databases?

Thank you very much ahead of time,

-Nick Smile Smile Smile
jmraker
The computer would need to have the mysql service installed and running in order to use it. You can make an installer that creates the database and tables.

If you can use a simpler database, you can look into using sqlite
rickylau
jmraker wrote:
The computer would need to have the mysql service installed and running in order to use it.
There is non-installer version of mysql available at its website. BTW seems that a port is needed for communicating with mysql, and it should not be a good idea for desktop applications
Related topics
Macromedia updates Web conferencing tools
AJAX - asynchronous JavaScript and XML
Google OS
DreamWeaver or Visual Studio
Whats Your Top 10 Desktop Applications
I got Writely….
What CPU should i get?
ColdFusion
MySql or MsSql?
Google Desktop Security Alert
firefox 3 beta
The many Differences between Java and JavaScript
Will create applications for Frih$
[OFFICIAL] Favourite/Best Blog software
Reply to topic    Frihost Forum Index -> Scripting -> Php and MySQL

FRIHOST HOME | FAQ | TOS | ABOUT US | CONTACT US | SITE MAP
© 2005-2011 Frihost, forums powered by phpBB.