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MySQL or SQLite?

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I'm installing a program in my website and i need to configure specific aspects of it in MySQL or SQLite with AutoIt.

As i'm a complete noob regarding both of these database management systems, i ask you, which one should i select?

Which is easier to use with AutoIt?

Thank you.

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hi pintas,

Both these DBMS's are surprisingly easy to use with AutoIt thanks to a wealth of UDFs on the forum.

As for which I recommend this time, that will be MySQL, because it performs better in a client-server environment with concurrent connections over a network.

Good luck :huh2:

-smartee

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Thanks guys!

I think i'll stick to MySQL for now.

Again, thank you both!

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