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MySQL Ver. 5.5.24

 
Publisher
Oracle
Updated 
May 7, 2012
License
Open Source GPL
Size 
31.10 MB
Operating System
MS Windows 2000/XP/7
Category/Type
Relational Database
InstallationDownload mysql-5.5.24-win-32.msi and Run

  

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Publisher's Description:
   MySQL for Redhat (32-bit) enables you to deliver Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) applications. MySQL for Debian (32-bit) includes InnoDB, making it a fully integrated transaction-safe, ACID compliant database. In addition, MySQL for Debian (32-bit) enables you to minimize your database TCO and MySQL for Debian (32-bit) Workbench provides an integrated development, design, and administration environment to make developers and DBAs more productive.
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Description From JCDiaz.Net
   MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management Systems, which supports requests written in various programming languages like C, C++, Java, Perl, and PHP. Due to its high speed and flexibility MySQL has become one of the most popular database systems used mainly for developing of Web applications.
  Some of its main features are:
   • Scalability and Flexibility
   • Robust Transactional Support
   • Web and Data Warehouse Strengths
   • Strong Data Protection
   • Platform independence
   • SSL support
   • Support for stored procedures, triggers, and cursors
   • True VARCHAR support
   • Graphic interface
   • Unicode support
   • Use of the World standard Structured Query Language (SQL)

       
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