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Difference between MySql and Oracle

Pankaj Halder
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Joined: Sep 10, 2008
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It seems that their SQL commands are very similar, what about built functions and system tables?
Paul Campbell
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Originally posted by Pankaj Halder:
It seems that their SQL commands are very similar, what about built functions and system tables?


If it is an ANSI standard... you will find it... otherwise built-in functions vary by DBMS
 
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