[Haskell-cafe] Tables in Haskell (data model /business app pr ototyping)

Bayley, Alistair Alistair_Bayley at ldn.invesco.com
Wed May 11 08:54:49 EDT 2005

> From: Rene de Visser [mailto:rene_de_visser at hotmail.com] 
> I would rather use Haskell also for the persistency, global 
> constraint 
> maintanence, etc... rather than using an external database.
> The only thing I have found so far is HApps, but I haven't 
> figure out how 
> that works.
> Is there anything else?

What do you mean by "external" database? If you just mean "on another
server, accessed via a separately installed library or API" then you should
consider Sqlite as a persistence storage solution. It's a doddle to install
on common platforms, and consists of a single library which links to your
program i.e. it runs in the same process-space.

Both HSQL (and therefore HaskellDB, as it uses HSQL) and Takusen support



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