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By Esen Sagynov
via cubrid.org
Published: Jul 30 2012 / 07:49

CUBRID Database is known for its almost full SQL compatibility with MySQL. Most of your existing SQL queries will not require any change. But which do? This article provides a large set of both significant and subtle differences between MySQL and CUBRID. The author compares them based on 3 major aspects: Column Types, SQL Syntax, and Provided Functions. Read this article to learn how these two RDBMS compare to each other on the functional level.
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