Its Freezing Over: Valentina Adding SQLite Support

You asked, so its coming. Read the details on the Valentina blog. You will be able to easily turn any single user database application into a multi-user application in less than an hour (explained by Ruslan in the blog entry).

Something to think about if you are entertaining the idea of taking advantage of our Valentine’s Day 2015 special on VDN and / or Omegabundle for Xojo 2014.

The link to more information about the VDN on http://www.valentina-db.com/blog/?p=1639 results in a 404

From that blog I can’t find a link to a product page, to prices, etc. - what the heck … ?

Wordpress seemed a little confused over a link without http:// Its fixed now.

VDN info is here: http://www.valentina-db.com/en/valentina-developer-network-overview

Something many do not realize is that the server is the same as Valentina Server. You can use webby languages like PHP, and also Ruby on Rails, to do server side stuff. But the VClients all work with Valentina Server without a serial number (Valentina DB ADK’s serials are needed for local storage, not the communication portion of ADKs).

Depends on the article.

VDN - http://www.valentina-db.com/en/valentina-developer-network-overview
Valentina Server - http://www.valentina-db.com/en/valentina-server-overview
Valentina Studio - http://www.valentina-db.com/en/valentina-studio-overview

VDN is 50% through end of day 2/16/2015 (regularly $599). That lets you deploy the base Valentina Server royalty free with your solutions, so its a great way to serve small to medium sized customers who need a client-server solution. It WILL incorporate the SQLite engine.

There was so much information to discuss the SQLite inclusion that we are going to be posting another article soon.

That lets you deploy the base Valentina Server royalty free with your solutions,

That’s the 5 connections one?

[quote=167822:@Markus Winter]> That lets you deploy the base Valentina Server royalty free with your solutions,

That’s the 5 connections one?[/quote]

Yes. These are five unnamed connections, and we have a bit of news coming about how connections are going to work with SQLite when its ready. That’s coming in another blog entry this week.

In our experience five connections can take care of most small to medium sized businesses. Once you connect, you don’t really need to stay connected very long, so those five stretch a very long way.

Oh yes - there’s also a hidden additional connection too covered in a recent blog entry.

By the way - if you came to the site earlier today and found the price was normal, its now fixed, with the price being 50% off until midnight tonight.