Comparison Oracle DB 10g / SQL Server 2005
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    Comparison Oracle DB 10g / SQL Server 2005

    Good Morning Developers,
    how are you ? I wounder if I can take the intitive to start a thread that discusses the features of Oracle DB 10g compared to the features found the SQL Server 2005 .

    Any Trusted sites are welcome.
    Any Proven personal experties are also welcome

    Thanks in Advance
    Ayman Al-Jomouee

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    Why do you want to compare apple and orange?

    Tamil

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    Because I want to know which is better ..

    Thanks Anyway

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    Originally posted by jomoueea
    Because I want to know which is better ..

    Thanks Anyway
    for what and to do what?

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    we are in the process of buying either the Oracle Products or Microsoft .

    Thanks
    Ayman Al-Jomouee

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    Well, Oracle 10g is available.
    SQL Server 2005 is still in Beta.

    So the first question is, when do you want to start developing ?

    Then there lots more questions about platform (you want Linux/Unix or Windows as your server), availability, backup, number of users, size of databases, geographic spread, application front-end, availability of development resource.....

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    Originally posted by jomoueea
    we are in the process of buying either the Oracle Products or Microsoft .

    Thanks
    Ayman Al-Jomouee
    sounds like a troll...

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    If your OS is WINDOWS, then buy SQL Server.

    If the OS is UNIX, choose Oracle.

    Tamil

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