Re: We all are looped on Internet: request + transport = invariant
Dmitry Turin <sql4-en <at> narod.ru>
2007-05-02 05:05:00 GMT
Good day, Joe.
Joe and other respected comrades,
don't be angry, when my letter will be late.
This is caused by technical schedule of our internet.
J> ... and C, PHP, Python, etc., to create an application to input
J> and maintain the data.
Question remains open:
for what people must learn php, if they need mainly
"table1.table2 >>;" or "create view x ...; x>>;"
I explain this thought.
For example, TML consist of two parts: SIMPLE and DIFFICULT.
Border between them is so: users will use mainly
"<tagname> >>;" or "tablename >>;"
Not all of TML will be used by low-skill users.
But this don't canceals, that users need simple part of TML.
J> Do you think
J> if Amazon gave raw read access to their underlying database,
J> many people would jump to query it with SQL, TML or any computer language?
I speak about situation,
when people need to create complex "database-visualizer"
(visualizer is a browser, spreadsheet, etc).
Practice show, that they use only database in this case
(by sql-terminal like "pgsql.exe").