When you sign up for a Xojo Cloud account, you are assigned an IP address for your server. Pointing a domain name at it is pretty easy.
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SQLite has the ability to do full text searching and this feature is available with Xojo. Read on to learn how to best use it!
Xojo Cloud is now available with plans starting at just $49 per month for a fully managed and secure cloud server for running your Xojo web apps. What does this mean for your web apps?
I am often asked when it makes sense to use Commit with your database code. The answer is always “it depends”. To go into more detail, let’s talk a bit about transactions.
The SQLite ALTER TABLE command is somewhat limited. For one thing, it cannot be used to rename an existing column on a table. But there is a workaround.
Xojo ships with 5 database plugins in the Plugins folder. These plugins are what you use to connect to the following database servers and ODBC:
- Microsoft SQL Server
The ODBC database plugin allows you to connect to any database engine that supports ODBC connections.
Your Xojo apps can connect to many different databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and ODBC. Learn more about connecting to different database servers here.
We get all sorts of questions about connecting your apps to specific databases. Recently, a developer asked about connecting his app to the PostgreSQL database using SSL for a secure connection. In Xojo this is simple.
Xojo can connect to a wide variety of databases, including: SQLite, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and pretty much anything else using ODBC. A must-read for anyone building their first database application.