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Vote for or add which features would encourage you to use the CUBRID database for your projects.

I would use CUBRID if...

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  1. 18 votes
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    • Add support for UNSIGNED numeric data types

      As of CUBRID 3.1, there is no support for UNSIGNED numeric data types.

      MySQL supports: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/numeric-type-overview.html

      PostgreSQL does not support.

      Oracle does not support.

      MS SQL does not support.

      11 votes
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      • 10 votes
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        • Add Support for current time DEFAULT TIMESTAMP

          As of CUBRID 3.1 when a user specifies the column type as TIMESTAMP and adds the default value as TIMESTAMP, CUBRID sets to every new record the time fixed to the table creation time.

          MySQL's default TIMESTAMP is the current INSERT time.

          Oracle has same logic as in CUBRID.

          5 votes
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          • Support SHOW CREATE TABLE

            As of CUBRID 8.4.0 there is no support for this syntax.

            MySQL provides SHOW CREATE TABLE syntax (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/show-create-table.html) which shows the CREATE TABLE statement that creates the given table.

            4 votes
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            • 4 votes
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              • 3 votes
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                • 2 votes
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                  • CASCADE/RESTRICT in DROP TABLE IF EXISTS

                    As of CUBRID 8.4.0 there is no support for CASCADE or RESTRICT syntax in DROP TABLE IF EXISTS.

                    MySQL supports this http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/drop-table.html.

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                    • Add support for Column level permission GRANT and REVOKE.

                      PostgreSQL allows to grant column-level permissions in the form of

                      GRANT SELECT (col1, ...coln) ON table TO role;

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                      • DELETE/SELECT TOP ... FROM ...

                        DELETE TOP or SELECT TOP syntaxes are a convenient way of implementing ORDER BY + LIMIT.

                        Supported in MSSQL http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189463.aspx.

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                        • Allow SPACE in the folder name while installing CUBRID

                          As of version 8.4.0 CUBRID cannot be correctly installed in a directory which has a space in its name.

                          MySQL allows to be installed in a folder with a space like C:\Program Files\MySQL.

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                          • Add support for UDT (User Defined Data Types)

                            As of CUBRID 3.1 there is no support for User Defined Data Types.

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                            • Support IF NOT EXISTS when creating a table

                              As of CUBRID 9.1 `IF NOT EXISTS` syntax is not supported when creating tables.

                              MySQL supports http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/create-table.html

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