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Re: Database Licensing for Public Web Access



I did, but the version at the time was not relational so we played with 
it and then decided to go with postgres95.  Our university is using msql for
an e-mail directory function.

bk


On Thu, 21 Mar 1996, Arley Carter wrote:

> Check out msql.  It is at ftp.bond.edu.au .  Written by David Hughes.
> Free to academic's.  Low cost license for commercial use.
> 
> Regards:
> -arc
> 
> Arley Carter
> Tradewinds Technologies, Inc.
> email: ac@hawk.twinds.com
> www: http://www.twinds.com
> 
> "Trust me. This is a secure product. I'm from <insert your favorite 
> corporation or government agency>."
> 
> On Thu, 21 Mar 1996, William Kearns MHLP-CSC wrote:
> 
> > > 
> > > I'd be interested in any comments anyone has regarding
> > > database licensing as it relates to the Web and a
> > > Public Internet Site.  
> 


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