SQL Vs ORACLE
wat is the relatioship between database and SQL server?
how there transfer the data for each other?
wat is the difference between SQL and Oracle?
Re: SQL Vs ORACLE
1. SQL Server is a database, just like DB2 and Oracle...different features,
capabilities, technology, but for the most part, functionally the same.
2. Don't understand your queston...
3. The difference in SQL Server and Oracle (IMHO) is much less that it used
to be w/ the release of SQL7/2000...performance is up significantly in SQL
Server and you'll get differing opinions on whether or not one is better
than the other.
The choice between the two should be tied to what development tool you will
use (if any) to front-end the database, what you are using the database for
(i.e. application purpose), licensing expense limitations (what you can afford),
etc...there are a ton of decision points that could impact which way you
If you can provide more input on what you are trying to accomplish w/ the
techology and/or what your needs/issues are...maybe a better response to
your questions can be provided...your questions are a bit vague.
"derrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>wat is the relatioship between database and SQL server?
>how there transfer the data for each other?
>wat is the difference between SQL and Oracle?
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