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If SQL Server 2005 is the server being used on a project would you also find Oracle 10g on that project as well?
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laury.clark (3/14/2013)
If SQL Server 2005 is the server being used on a project would you also find Oracle 10g on that project as well?


some context is missing; what project are you talking about?

a project of any kind could be related to none of the items mentioned, one or the other or even both; without some context there's no answer, sorry.


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