Free small sql database

Posted on 1999-01-26
Last Modified: 2008-03-06
Is there a small-free-sql-database than can be used freely in a single user application?
MSQL is not good since it since commercial applications do not qualify the license terms.
Question by:Gadi031698
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jpk041897 earned 50 total points
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As an answer to you specific question,  you can use InstantDB at:

You can also use RMIJDBC, as an option, to connect to any ODBC compliant DB.

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You can also use MySQL from:

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