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Oracle and SQL

Discussion in 'Oracle' started by pramodets, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. pramodets

    pramodets Banned

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    Hi,

    SQL and Oracle both are very popular database in IT field.

    Which is more popular and secure.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    I would vote for Oracle.
     
  3. tripathi123

    tripathi123 Banned

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    I think popular of both are same but in Security purpose Oracle is much better...
     
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    I think Oracle is better than SQL
     
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    AnjaliK New Member

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    Can you explain why Oracle better than SQL?
     
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    Here are some points for you -

    1. Oracle has more features and more reliable than the SQL.
    2. Oracle has broader and deeper portfolio. It is easy to integrate.
    3. Oracle is one year ahead than the SQL.
    4. When you have to deal with the huge database then Oracle is the best option.
    5. Oracle's documentation is better than the SQL.
    6. It is very secure.

    Though there are some drawbacks of Oracle.

    1. It is complex, syntax are complex.
    2. You will need DBA for administration of Oracle.
    3. Cost of maintenance is more for the Oracle.
     
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    Thanks for your nice reply!
     

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