You can find the latest CUBRID version and older version at https://www.cubrid.org/downloads
Common questions about CUBRID
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Where can I find the latest CUBRID version?
Where can I see the codes related to CUBRID?
You can see the codes of CUBBID at https://github.com/cubrid
Where can I find the issues of CUBRID?
How can I contribute to the CUBRID project?
Step 1. Fill in the CCA (CUBRID Contributor's Agreement) and send it to legal@ cubrid.org.
Step 2. Sign up jira.cubrid.org and GitHub.
Step 3. Select a project you're interested in.
- CUBRID: http://jira.cubrid.org/projects/CBRD
- CUBRID APIs: http://jira.cubrid.org/projects/APIS
- CUBRID Tools: http://jira.cubrid.org/projects/TOOLS
Step 4. Play with GitHub - fork, pull request, merge, etc.
For more information, please visit CUBRID wiki page.
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What operating systems does CUBRID support?
CUBRID supports Linux and Microsoft Windows.
What APIs and programming languages does CUBRID support for application development?
CUBRID supports the major standard APIs: JDBC, PHP/PDO, ODBC, ADO.NET, OLEDB, Python, Perl, Ruby, C, and Node.js. It also supports Java Stored Procedures.
Is CUBRID derived from MySQL?
No. CUBRID is a totally independent database system which has been written from the scratch. It is not derived from MySQL or any other open source systems, and CUBRID has its own powerful database storage engine. CUBRID has over 20 years of development history.
Does CUBRID have an Enterprise License?
CUBRID, unlike other database systems, does not have an Enterprise version of its DBMS. We do not distinguish our license policy between Community and Enterprise. There is only one version of CUBRID DBMS, which is under the Apache license 2.0.
Learn more about CUBRID license model at https://www.cubrid.org/cubrid