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SQL Server vs Oracle


SQL Server vs Oracle

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Jagan Kumar
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Gurus,
What are the main differences between Oracle9i and SQL Server 2000 in terms of Architecture and Performance

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Jag



Frank Kalis
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Hi Jag,

you're posting in the wrong forum.
Commonly these 'Discuss content...' are used to discuss articles posted by the specific author.

Anyway, not an easy question with no single answer.
Perhaps this one will help you.
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1635&FORUM_ID=61&CAT_ID=5&Topic_Title=SQL+Server+VS%2E+Oracle&Forum_Title=Anything+that+is+NOT+about+SQL%21

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Jagan Kumar
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Frank,
sorry for the mistake

jag



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