[ic] Outside Modification Of Databases

Towne Crier Systems tcs@whitefish.net
Sun, 15 Apr 2001 13:30:30 -0600

At 01:20 PM 4/15/2001 -0400, jean-pierre.parent@bridgepoint-intl.com wrote:

>Also note that if you are using an SQL database, the files wont be reloaded
>as long as the ".sql" files are in your products directory as they tell IC
>that those tables are loaded already and that it should not load them back.
>I believe this is because one might have thousands of records in SQL
>databases and it can take a while to reload the data each time you restart.
>Besides, SQL databases are designed to hold data...some people prefer to
>rely on them instead of files...

Which is better to use the internal database or sql?  I already have mysql 
installed in the system for some other stuff.

Thanks again