> SQLite is as easy to use as Omnis data file and a much better bridge to industrial strength DBMS like Postgres.
From the sqllite.org FAQ:
“However, client/server database engines (such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, or Oracle) usually support a higher level of concurrency and allow multiple processes to be writing to the same database at the same time. This is possible in a client/server database because there is always a single well-controlled server process available to coordinate access. If your application has a need for a lot of concurrency, then you should consider using a client/server database. ”
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