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    [Suggestion] PostgreSQL-Support

    I've searched, and found it mentioned in the whishlist, but i can't find any informations about implementing or not.

    So after the last months with Oracle as the new developer of MySQL, in my oppinion, it will be a good idea to support more databases as now. So will it be possible in the near future to use PostgreSQL with teamspeak3 ??

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    Currently it is not possible with our versions.
    Maybe this will be implmented after the final 3.0 release.

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    There are any news about support for PostgreSQL ?

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    There was no discussion about that feature.
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    Two months gone. Any new news about it?

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    We would update this thread, when there are news about a feature.
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    Out of curiosity is this still on your development list? Any way to do this via an SDK?

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    The most common database systems are supported and there are currently no plans to support additional databases.

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    Only 1 - MySQL.
    SQLite is rather a library for use in DBMS or applications.
    As for "the most common" there is PostgreSQL as well as MS SQL Server and Oracle.

    SCNR

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    What about a generic driver like JDBC/ODBC? Otherwise adding MSSQL and PostgreSQL would be two other common databases. According to http://db-engines.com/en/ranking you have Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL and PostgreSQL in the top 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinisoft View Post
    What about a generic driver like JDBC/ODBC? Otherwise adding MSSQL and PostgreSQL would be two other common databases. According to http://db-engines.com/en/ranking you have Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL and PostgreSQL in the top 4.
    On the bright side you can use mariadb if your goal is to shed oracle dependency. I have this running under debian successfully.

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