Firebird Documentation Index The Firebird Project supplies users, developers and administrators with various kinds of documentation, from Quick Start guides to expert-level articles devoted to various aspects of Firebird. In the left menu you will find the following sections: Release Notes — each Firebird release is accompanied with a "Release Notes" document, which contains description of new features and fixed bugs. In this section you will find all release notes.
Java Web Start Java Web Start software provides the power to launch full-featured applications with a single click. Users can download and launch applications, such as a complete spreadsheet program or an Internet chat client, without going through lengthy installation procedures. With Java Web Start software, users can launch a Java application by clicking a link in a web page. The link points to a Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP) file, which instructs Java Web Start software to download, cache, and run the application. Java Web Start software provides Java developers and users with many deployment advantages: With Java Web Start software, you can place a single Java application on a web server for deployment to a wide variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, and Solaris.Java Web Start software supports multiple, simultaneous versions of the Java platform. Java Web Start software is installed as part of the JRE software.
InterBase – Site officiel Multi-Device Embeddable Database InterBase is a full-featured, high performance and scalable relational database for software developers who are looking to embed a low cost, zero-admin, lightweight database into applications on Android, iOS, Windows, OS X, Linux and Solaris. With InterBase you get powerful security, disaster recovery and journaling and support for popular database drivers for increased deployment flexibility. Zero administration. InterBase is ideal for ISVs, OEMs and VARs requiring a database that is compact in memory and disk size but without compromising sophisticated features to support business-critical applications. New! IBLite is a freely deployable, embeddable database for Android and iOS that runs in a stand-alone environment and allows deployment of apps which directly utilize the InterBase engine. More Security and Access Control InterBase offers flexible encryption capabilities required to protect all your business-critical information. Embed Once.
Berkeley DB Oracle Berkeley DB is the industry-leading open source, embeddable storage engine that provides developers a fast, reliable, local database with zero administration. Oracle Berkeley DB is a library that links directly into your application. Your application makes simple function calls, rather than sending messages to a remote server, eliminating the performance penalty of client-server architectures. Tell us about the features you would like to see in Berkeley DB. Berkeley DB delivers the same robust data storage features as traditional, relational database systems, such as ACID transactions and recovery; locking, multi-process and multi-threading for high concurrency; hot and cold backup; and replication for high availability applications. Berkeley DB is designed to store data as opaque byte arrays of data in key/value pairs indexed in one of the available access methods, as seen above. Alternatively you may be more comfortable with the SQL query language and relational data types.
Firebird SQL cheat sheet - Lorenzo Alberton Since I couldn't find a Firebird SQL cheat sheet, I wrote one, listing useful information about the upcoming Firebird 2 such as its data types, its internal and UDF functions, and the php ibase functions. Update 08-11-2006: thanks to Carlos H. Cantu and Ivan Prenosil for their suggestions. I have updated the cheat sheet accordingly. A detailed description of the cheat sheets follows, and you can start downloading them here: Firebird SQL Cheat Sheet - Details The cheat sheet is organized in 5 sections. The second section contains a list of the Internal functions. The third section contains a list of the Default UDF functions. The forth section contains some useful queries, like the most useful queries to manage TRANSACTIONs, SAVEPOINTs, SEQUENCEs, a sample query with a "LIMIT / OFFSET" clause, and some queries against the System Tables to retrieve a list of the tables, fields, indices and constraints. The last section holds a list of the PHP ibase_* functions . Disclaimer
Linux This section contains a large amount of tutorials and information about Linux. It contains eleven tutorials written similar to book format on various aspects of Linux. It also contains, Linux editorials, Linux tips and Linux weblinks including links to The Linux Documentation Project and Metalab's Index of Linux publications. Agustin's Linux Manuals The Computer Documentation Project is proud to host four volumes of Agustin Velasco's Series about Linux. Volume 1 - Installation and Internet - Includes Chapters 1 and 2 which cover the installation, partition types, mount points, package selections, configuring services, the boot mode, configuring X, creating users, configuring dial up, modems, high speed internet, DSL, configuring ISDN, routers, login protocols, and more. The second edition of Agustin's Linux Manual, based on Mandrake 10, is available at www.netcontrol.org for a very low price. Additional Linux Tutorials Documentation Background and Purpose
Droit de l'Auto-entrepreneur,tout comprendre : aspects juridique PostgreSQL-site officiel (en anglais) Firebird SQL Server Documentation Firebird is a relational SQL database offering many ANSI SQL-92 features that runs on Linux, Windows, and a variety of Unix platforms. Firebird offers excellent concurrency, high performance, and powerful language support for stored procedures and triggers. It has been used in production systems, under a variety of names (the most famous being "InterBase") since 1981. In 2000, Borland decided to release InterBase 6.0 as Open Source. Data Definition Stored Procedures | Triggers | Character Sets Command Line Tools Articles Versions Version 1.0 | Version 1.5 | Version 2.0 | Version 2.1 | Version 2.5 | Version 3.0 Links Events The Firebird Foundation The Firebird Foundation collects money to help the Firebird project go along and fund important parts of the development.
Linux Journal Insider Shawn and Kyle discuss our Community issue this month with their little community of two. While certainly one is the loneliest number, two isn't much better, so join them in this month's Linux... This is our Cool Projects issue, so Shawn and Kyle share its coolness with you. They also talk about things that need cooling, like beer and server rooms. (NOTE: It may be dangerous to combine beer... This month, Shawn and Kyle discuss sticks of bubble gum and horror movie spider robots. This month, Shawn and Kyle attempt to soothe your insecurities with our Security issue of Linux Journal. This month, Shawn and Kyle discuss a topic they both know very little about: Web development. This month, Shawn and Kyle talk about the tools they keep in their pockets. This month we focus on the desktop. Shawn and Kyle kick off the 2011 calendar with one of their favorite issues, or at least one of the issues they relate to the most; System Administration! This is our 200th issue!