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Catch up with CACHE?

4 posts in Product Futures Discussion Last posting was on 2003-04-28 00:03:25.0Z
J Thomas Posted on 2003-04-25 02:52:23.0Z
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When is ASE going to rival the features of the CACHE database? Wish I
could store data any way I want.....rows/columns, multi-value
attributes, objects etc..?

Also, can Infomaker be used for reporting if XML is stored in some tables??

JT


Jason L. Froebe [Team Sybase] Posted on 2003-04-25 03:07:44.0Z
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J Thomas wrote:
> When is ASE going to rival the features of the CACHE database? Wish I
> could store data any way I want.....rows/columns, multi-value
> attributes, objects etc..?
>
> Also, can Infomaker be used for reporting if XML is stored in some tables??
>
> JT
>

Hi J,

Please list the features that you wish that ASE had that the CACHE DBMS
has. You may be surprised at what ASE can do..

What you've written appears to be more of a troll posting but I'm sure
that was not your intention.

jason

--
Jason L. Froebe [Team Sybase]
http://jfroebe.bookcrossing.com


J Thomas Posted on 2003-04-27 03:22:40.0Z
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Jason,

Thanks for responding.

The reason for my posting is due to the fact that we are a Sybase BSA
partner, and naturally would like for Sybase products to stay in the
lead. Many of the advantages (to developer and implementor) that Cache
provides over ASE (mostly from their clever abstraction of the
Object-SQL projection) may be determined by perusing the following link:

http://platinum.intersystems.com/csp/docbook/DocBook.UI.Page.cls?KEY=GOBJ_objectsql

In addition, although CACHE is a post-relational database, it allows
everyday products like Crystal Reports to work with the database. I get
the feeling that an ASE Table with a java/xml type column will not be
handled properly by Infomaker 7.0 (or Crystal Reports).

Any comments?

JT

Jason L. Froebe [Team Sybase] wrote:
> J Thomas wrote:
>
>> When is ASE going to rival the features of the CACHE database? Wish I
>> could store data any way I want.....rows/columns, multi-value
>> attributes, objects etc..?
>>
>> Also, can Infomaker be used for reporting if XML is stored in some
>> tables??
>>
>> JT
>>
>
> Hi J,
>
> Please list the features that you wish that ASE had that the CACHE DBMS
> has. You may be surprised at what ASE can do..
>
> What you've written appears to be more of a troll posting but I'm sure
> that was not your intention.
>
> jason
>


Matt Rogish Posted on 2003-04-28 00:03:25.0Z
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'Post Relational' == junk.

Although I won't reiterate what has been said before:
http://www.pgro.uk7.net/cjd1a.htm

That's just a start. Read more at DBDebunk.com.
--
Matt

"J Thomas" <jfill99@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:3EAB4D00.5050703@yahoo.com...
> Jason,
>
> Thanks for responding.
>
> The reason for my posting is due to the fact that we are a Sybase BSA
> partner, and naturally would like for Sybase products to stay in the
> lead. Many of the advantages (to developer and implementor) that Cache
> provides over ASE (mostly from their clever abstraction of the
> Object-SQL projection) may be determined by perusing the following link:
>
>
http://platinum.intersystems.com/csp/docbook/DocBook.UI.Page.cls?KEY=GOBJ_objectsql
>
> In addition, although CACHE is a post-relational database, it allows
> everyday products like Crystal Reports to work with the database. I get
> the feeling that an ASE Table with a java/xml type column will not be
> handled properly by Infomaker 7.0 (or Crystal Reports).
>
> Any comments?
>
> JT