Difference between Transbase and Valentina Server

1. Transbase :
Transbase is a resource-optimized, high-performance, universally applicable RDBMS, developed and maintained by Transaction Software GmbH, Munich. It is a relational database management system that supports all important functions of the SQL standard. The database of Transbase is extensible via additional functions and custom data types also provide parallel execution of queries via dynamic multithreading technology.

2. Valentina Server :
Valentina Server is an Object-relational database and reports server and fast object-relational database server. It includes integrated database servers, Valentina Database Server, and SQLite Database Server. It is a full-featured, standards-compliant multi-user access SQLite based database server.

Difference between Transbase and Valentina Server :

Transbase Valentina Server
It is developed by Transaction Software GmbH and initially released on 1987. It is developed by Paradigma Software and initially released on 1994.
FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, Solaris, Windows, are the server, operating systems of Transbase. Linux, OS X, Windows are server operating systems of Valentina Server.
ADO.NET, JDBC, ODBC, Proprietary native API are the APIs and other access methods of Transbase. APIs and other access methods of Valentina Server is ODBC.
It Supports C, C#, C++, Java, JavaScript, Kotlin, Objective-C, PHP, Python are programming languages. .Net, C, C#, C++, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby, Visual Basic, Visual Basic.NET are supporting programming languages.
Implementation language is C and C++ . It doesn’t has any Implementation language.
Replication methods of Transbase is Master-slave replication. Absence of Replication methods in Valentina Server.
It holds Immediate Consistency concept. It doesn’t hold Consistency concept.

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