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I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

Also, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete real-world example would help your question immensely, though I expect you are still most likely to get SQL answers here.

As an alternative, you might look at Software Recommendations Stack Exchange - be sure to read their FAQ and question quality guidelines if you do decide to go that route.

The question has now been reopened by community vote.

I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

Also, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete example would help your question immensely, though I expect you are still most likely to get SQL answers here.

As an alternative, you might look at Software Recommendations Stack Exchange - be sure to read their FAQ and question quality guidelines if you do decide to go that route.

I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

Also, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

I think a concrete real-world example would help your question immensely, though I expect you are still most likely to get SQL answers here.

As an alternative, you might look at Software Recommendations Stack Exchange - be sure to read their FAQ and question quality guidelines if you do decide to go that route.

The question has now been reopened by community vote.

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I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

On the other handAlso, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete example would help your question immensely, though I expect you are still most likely to get SQL answers here.

As an alternative, you might look at Software Recommendations Stack Exchange - be sure to read their FAQ and question quality guidelines if you do decide to go that route.

I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

On the other hand, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete example would help your question immensely.

I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

Also, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete example would help your question immensely, though I expect you are still most likely to get SQL answers here.

As an alternative, you might look at Software Recommendations Stack Exchange - be sure to read their FAQ and question quality guidelines if you do decide to go that route.

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I edited and upvoted your question because I found it on-topic and interesting. That said, other members of the community had already voted to close it, and left it closed after an automatic reopen review triggered by one of your edits.

On the other hand, experience has shown that database recommendation questions have to be pretty exceptional to remain open here. On balance, I did not feel the question warranted reopening (by me alone) as it currently stands.

As a side note, it does trouble me slightly that the first person to vote to close your question (Max) also left a fairly lengthy answer, and voted to keep the question closed on review. Perhaps he will address that aspect.

I think a concrete example would help your question immensely.