DBLX 3.1 SQL Guide

DBLX is a full relational database system. DBLX supports ANSI SQL and does not require learning a different grammar like XQuery or XPath.

DBLX is a fully self-contained database server that can be used in any moderm computing environment or mobile device. DBLX was built from the ground up, and is not based on any other database technologies or open-source database projects.

DBLX utilizes lightweight clients to send SQL queries and statements to a main server instance. The main server supports multiple connections from remote or local clients over TCP-IP using a user-configured port.

What can DBLX used for?

DBLX can be used in any environment where a relational database is required. DBLX can handle hundreds of tables with large amounts of data and multiple concurrent users. DBLX is also well suited for small and embedded applications as DBLX is very compact and uses a minimal amount of memory for its runtime engine.
DBLX can be included with an application to act as a data store, or it can be used by a web-based application to persist dynamic data.
If you need a compact, fast, and simple relational database that is easy to install and use, then DBLX is the right tool for the job.