Re: [gnome-db] What DWI does [was Re: GnuCash page on GO site]

On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 11:47 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:

> Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo gnome-db org> writes:
> >> No, the XML backend does not -- it enforces single-user mode by a 
> >> file lock.  Users hate it (and I don't blame them).
> >> 
> > then the cache consistency checks can be implemented on top of the data
> > backends, right? i.e., no need for libgda to do those checks?
> If we were going to write a "gda backend" to qof, then yes, theoretically
> those checks could go in the qof-backend module instead of in gda.  But
> gda does require the necessary hooks (which you just assured me would be
> in 1.2).
> Granted, it might be "better" if those consistency checks were in gda
> so that other apps could use them, but as far as gnucash is concerned
> I'm not convinced it really matters.
well, if they are useful and generic enough, I guess they might be added
to libgda, no problem with that. It is that I was understanding they
were some GNUCash-specific stuff.

> Is there a SQLite module for gda?


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