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Why SQL Server is Better Than Oracle


Why SQL Server is Better Than Oracle

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Steve Jones
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Shhhh....Oracle is asleep. (Or perhaps the listener has gone down again)


The systems fine with no users loggged in. Can we keep it that way ?br>
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Quite a while back I had to write some trivial .Net code to pull some data out of oracle. It turned out to be quite a mission, I had to install something like 200mb of database drivers and edit numerous text configuration files just to establish a connection.



Anyway, I mentioned to a workmate my disbelief at how complicated such a simple task had become.



He just nodded sagely, and said "You know why oracle is like an onion?"



I asked him why



"Because the more layers you take off, the more you will cry"
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Quite a coincidence, I went to a Oracle 11g launch presentation today.
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Flaming apart I work with both database engines, and I compare sql server with oracle the same way windows compares with linux. somethings are just built by smarter people Tongue
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Q: How many Oracle DBAs does it take to change a light bulb ?

A: Three - it takes three Oracle DBAs to do anything.



Q: How many SQL Server DBAs does it take to change a light bulb ?

A: None - SQL Server automatically changes light bulbs.

SQL = Scarcely Qualifies as a Language
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I really like the podcasts. Great addition.
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Oh Boy ... This is probably going to be a big one BigGrin


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Now we know for sure who pays Steve's xmas presents, jajajaja. Have an excellent day ladys and gentlemen.
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Nice one Hugo. I like it!

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