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Firebird + ZeosDBO X Firebird + dbExpress + UIB ==> what´s the best?

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Hi Folks,

In your opinion, what´s the best choice:
1) Firebird + ZeosDBO or
2) Firebird + dbExpress + UIB driver?

Best regards.
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Question by:joelsilva
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using dbExpress will provide you with cross-platform functionalities if you have the appropriate driver.

since Zeos Library have versions for Kylix, all you have to do in order to run you data-aware application under Linux is just to recompile it on Kylix. Zeos is free for commercial use and easy to use. You won't need additional drivers.

my choice is Firebird + Zeos.
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by:wneub
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Hi,
I use Firebird 1.5 and the dbexpress driver from Upscene. Works fine for me.
Very good support.
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