Oracle vs. SQL Server - An Issue Of Complexity

By Bill Graziano on 10 June 2001 | 31 Comments | Tags: General


Oracle may be a very powerful database, but getting it up and running is a nightmare. SQL Server may be a better answer. Follow the link to Oracle vs. SQL Server - An Issue Of Complexity...

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