[erlang-questions] mnemosyne reference

Kenneth Lundin kenneth.lundin@REDACTED
Tue Aug 14 18:11:53 CEST 2007


I think you should forget Mnemosyne, we will discontinue support and
delivery of Mnemosyne before end of the year.

QLC is the supported alternative. QLC does not support all types of
complicated queries that can be expressed in SQL.

For example QLC today only support join of 2 tables.
Support for join of 3 and more tables  + more optimizations planned.

/Kenneth (Erlang/OTP team at Ericsson)

On 8/14/07, David King <dking@REDACTED> wrote:
> Are there are good mnemosyne/QLC cheat-cheats around? How about a
> reference that says, "To do this in SQL, do this in Mnemosyne..."?
> The examples in the mnemosyne and qlc manpages are good, but they
> don't show how to form very complicated queries. I'm trying to
> translate a few SQL queries, most of which are about half a page
> long. Is the paradigm so different that writing a reference like that
> would be non-sequitur?
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