Difference between Valentina Server and WakandaDB

1. WakandaDB :
It is server-side javascript engine to access data and embedded in a server that provides a REST API. It has primary database model is Object-oriented DBMS. WakandaDB is a JavaScript platform to develop and run a web or mobile apps and NoSQL engine is accessed via HTTP.

2. Valentina Server :
It is 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 full-featured, standards-compliant multi-user access SQLite based database server.



Difference between Valentina Server and WakandaDB :

Valentina Server WakandaDB
It is developed by Paradigma Software and initially released on 1994. It is developed by Wakanda SAS and initially released on 2012.
Its server operating systems of Valentina Server is Linux, OS X, Windows. Its server operating systems of WakandaDB is Linux, OS X, Windows.
Its primary database model is Relational DBMS. Its primary database model is Object oriented DBMS.
Its server supports .Net, C, C#, C++, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby, Visual Basic, Visual Basic.NET, programming languages. It supports JavaScript programming languages.
APIs and other access methods of Valentina Server is ODBC. It supports RESTful HTTP API.
It does not has Implementation language-C# . Implementation language of WakandaDB is C++, JavaScript.
Absence of Transaction concepts in Valentina Server. Its transaction concept WakandaDB ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability).
Its server does not hold Consistency concept. Its has Immediate Consistency concept.
It holds Foreign keys. Absence of holds Foreign keys.

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