Many of you complain that it's difficult to start with OneWebSQL if your system is already running. If you have a DDL file that creates the database, here's what you can do.
If you ask a random developer, how many concurrent users the application will handle, she/he will probably answer, I don't know, I think it is limited by something in my applications server, or maybe by the database. Then the developer will probably use jmeter or ab or similar utility, and give an answer. Will you take it seriously? If you do, then yes, you're in trouble.
In the previous post, we've learned how to select all rows from a table. However, most of the time you want to really select data in an SQL query. This means you have to be able to specify some criteria.
I'm a dirt bike racer, just for a few years. There is common myth among bikers who start racing. They buy big, powerful bikes; I mean most powerful in terms of engine's horsepower. In the beginning, a big bike makes you smile; it simply gives you a feel of power.