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bye bye Oracle8i

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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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I have tried for the past three week to get Oracle up and running. I have spend more time reviewing Oracle DOC's that I would have liked. Oracle Installation is very poor... to say the least... There product is a good one BUT.... the free software...
well you get what you pay for...
For JAVA and JDBC I'm an back to ms-access and ibm-db2...
At lest these products work ....
If you have db2 (?) send them my way...
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subject: bye bye Oracle8i
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