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pl/sql

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Any one can tell me
sql server,oracle,my sql which is better and why ?
Kindly give me proper reason ..............
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    jeneesh Guru
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    BCV Journeyer
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    You Dont Have Any Work Today....?
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    jeneesh Guru
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    991550 wrote:
    You Dont Have Any Work Today....?
    :)
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    Manik Expert
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    jeneesh wrote:
    991550 wrote:
    You Dont Have Any Work Today....?
    :)
    This forum is short of smileys :) else I would have put the rolling laughing smiley :)

    Cheers,
    Manik.
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    Rahul_India Journeyer
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    991550 wrote:
    You Dont Have Any Work Today....?
    If i was the OP I would have given 10 points :D
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    BluShadow Guru Moderator
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    991146 wrote:
    Any one can tell me
    sql server,oracle,my sql which is better and why ?
    Kindly give me proper reason ..............
    The "better" one is the one that meets your requirements.
    All are different (and you missed out other databases such as Ingres), and different ones will meet different needs.
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    Nitesh. Explorer
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    It depends on your suitability also as which one u feel comfortable to use and according to your knowledge on sql server,oracle,my sql because without core knowledge on any of this, its not appropriate to use but i agree with blushadow too as requirements too depends ... Niice fun going on in a thread .. :)


    Rds,
    Nitesh .
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    Chanchal Wankhade Journeyer
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    Hi,

    Price wse My Sql is free. Oracle is costly and sql server is not that costly.

    Learning wise if you know sql then you can servive anywhere but to work on oracle you will have to learn plsql as well.

    Enjoy...
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    Paul Horth Expert
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    Chanchal Wankhade wrote:
    Hi,

    Price wse My Sql is free. Oracle is costly and sql server is not that costly.

    Learning wise if you know sql then you can servive anywhere but to work on oracle you will have to learn plsql as well.

    Enjoy...
    Oracle XE is free.
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    BluShadow Guru Moderator
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    And Oracle Enterprise is free, if you're just using it for learning/non-commercial purposes.
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    APC Oracle ACE
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    Chanchal Wankhade wrote:
    Price wse My Sql is free.
    Up to a point. The Enterprise Edition(s) cost money. And so does support (although it is has a gentle pricing model)
    Oracle is costly
    Not going to dispute that, although Oracle does have free flavours.
    sql server is not that costly.
    Not as true as it used to be, particularly at the high end level.

    Cheers, APC
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    BillyVerreynne Oracle ACE
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    991146 wrote:
    Any one can tell me
    sql server,oracle,my sql which is better and why ?
    dBase 3+ with the Clipper Autumn '86 compiler.
    Kindly give me proper reason ..............
    Because a motorcycle has no doors.

     
    PS. This question is usually troll bait for a flamewar about which product is the "best".  If you want to have a meaningful response, then put down what you define as best. State the criteria defining best, in clear and unambiguous terms.
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    NextName Newbie
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    Chanchal Wankhade wrote:
    Price wse My Sql is free. Oracle is costly and sql server is not that costly.
    FWIW and last time I checked (like 8 years ago), it wasn't completely free, at least not for all purposes.

    If you develop a web solution (MySQL running on a web server), no problem.

    If you develop a product that runs on a desktop (fat client) and it is setup to only work with MySQL, then licence fees might be due.

    [No idea if this has changed over the years, though.]


    NN
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    994149 Newbie
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    Hi
    I think You know the better answer ......
    So tell me 10 point with proper reason..(don't say high cost low cost .....high security low security )
    End of the day you ask your self this is not a Question 4r you
    but this one big question of IT industry ...........
    Don't make such kind of word in forums.(don't show your fun in forums)
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