DBLX 3.1 is available!

DBLX is a multi-user, client-server relational database.
The design goals of DBLX are to produce a very small, very fast database which can be used with standard ANSI sql.
DBLX source code is available in C# and Java.
DBLX includes the server component, a command-line client, as well as client APIs.
DBLX is well-documented so that you can just get the database, drop it on to your favorite system and start using it immediately.

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  • Uses Standard SQL grammar
  • Supports Standard JOIN types
  • No installer needed - just download and start using DBLX
  • Runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, Raspberry Pi, and UNIX.
  • Very small file set
  • Extremely fast and uses minimal memory
  • Replicate data between different DBLX instances
  • Database Clients for Java, C#, and the command-line
  • Source Code in Java and C#

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Developers

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C#, Java

Database Environment

Project is a file-based DBMS (database system), Other API, SQL-based, Other file-based DBMS