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MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Cubrid are three Free Database software worth considering to build new generation enterprise applications or replace legacy proprierary database software. MariaDB has demonstrated its scalability on large ERP5 deployments.
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Technical Note on SQL Catalog Structure

showing the structure of the portal catalog SQL tables used in ERP5.
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Technical Note on Zope SQL Connectors

showing how to query SQL databases from Zope server by using Zope SQL connectors.
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How To Improve SQL Performance

How To showing how to improve MySQL performance.
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How To Add Custom Table to SQL Catalog

showing how to add custom tables to the SQL Catalog to more easily search for custom properties.
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How To Search Portal Catalog

How To showing a tool that indexes all documents in a site, making it easy to search for documents.
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How To Create Related Keys

How To showing how to extend the CatalogTool from ERP5Catalog to add new search keys.
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How To Use Tritonn Search

How To showing how to use Tritonns patched version of MySQL with better full text search using Senna.
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Allocate new SlapOS Instance from API

A step by step guide to allocate MySQL instances with SlapOS either through VIFIB Web user interface or through slapconsole command line interface.
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How to install MariaDB instances with SlapOS

A step by step guide to allocate MySQL instances with SlapOS either through VIFIB Web user interface or through slapconsole command line interface.
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Allocate new SlapOS Instance from web UI

A step by step guide to allocate MySQL instances with SlapOS either through VIFIB Web user interface or through slapconsole command line interface.
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How to install MySQL instances with SlapOS

A step by step guide to allocate MySQL instances with SlapOS either through VIFIB Web user interface or through slapconsole command line interface.
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SlapOS ViFiB My Services : See (MySQL) With SLA

Screenshot from vifib.net : My Services, "Click on New Service".
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SlapOS ViFiB My Services : See (MySQL)

Screenshot from vifib.net : My Services, "Click on New Service".
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SlapOS ViFiB MySQL Started With SLA

Screenshot from vifib.net : MySQL service page, MySQL is started.
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SlapOS ViFiB MySQL Started

Screenshot from vifib.net : MySQL service page, MySQL is started.
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SlapOS ViFiB MySQL Instantiation In Progress With SLA

Screenshot from vifib.net : MySQL service page, instantiation in progress, with SLA.
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SlapOS ViFiB Request MySQL Choose version

Screenshot from vifib.net : Request a KVM Service : Choose version
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SlapOS ViFiB Request MySQL - Bis - With SLA

Screenshot from vifib.net : Request a Service, with SLA
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SlapOS ViFiB Request MySQL - Bis

Screenshot from vifib.net : Request a Service
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