doom writes "...or nearly
you can talk to with DBI.
(now up to version 2.0) uses the fact that you can run perl code
inside of Postgresql to import external data sources using perl's
DBI/DBD system. So Postgresql can use tables from a Mysql
database (a reversal of the recent
April Fools scenario), which might actually be a
practical upgrade path if you were thinking about switching.
Or you could have a local Postgresql instance linked with a remote
one (perhaps a performance hack, if you're not using
Or you can use an LDAP resource like Active Directory as though
it were a real database.
What I'd really like to see now is a DBD::Emacs. I'm not sure why,
but I would."
The shortest distance between two points is under construction.
-- Noelie Alito