I just read about theKompany.com doing a GPL of its Rekall RAD DBMS Tool for Linux and Windows. I'd never heard of Rekall before. Is it Rekall suitable for enterprise usage? How is it different from MySQL or other DBMS software?
Rekall is a database front-end, not a database in itself. Data is stored somewhere else like in an SQL server. Fundamentally, Rekall is a tool to extract, display and update the stored data. Of course, it does a lot more, like forms, reports, scripting, etc.
Since Rekall is database agnostic in the sense that Access uses the Jet database engine, it does not have a preferred database and it is totally suitable for enterprise usage.
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