[Haskell-cafe] Greetings...

Krasimir Angelov kr.angelov at gmail.com
Sun Oct 1 04:52:22 EDT 2006

On 10/1/06, Seth Gordon <sethg at ropine.com> wrote:
> I'm planning to use HSQL, since it's in Debian stable and the API
> resembles what I'm already familiar with.  Database access is slower
> than file access (which is one reason I want to move as much logic as I
> can out of SQL), so if the speed of getting rows out of the database
> turns out to be the bottleneck in my code, I'll either be happy that all
> the other code is so efficient or peeved that HSQL is so inefficient.

Hi Seth,

HSQL is just a thin wrapper around the underlying database engine. The
performance in this case depends mainly on the database engine that
you are using.


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