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Oracle or SQL Server?

 
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I was told that there is a heavy demand on
SQLServer now, and not much on Oracle? How
much support SQLServer has for JDBC? I did
not see any app server supports SQLServer.
Where can we get SQLServer certification?
 
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If you have a background in information system or a university in information system or related major and most of ur papers are related to database system then I suggest you do MCDBA and OCP9iDBA
oracle is much more powerful than SQL Server 2000 and major organisation uses oracle instead SQL server, but its more complex too.
 
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