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What is the actual difference b/w oracle and microsoft sql server RDBMS
 
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Originally posted by raj joe:
What is the actual difference b/w oracle and microsoft sql server RDBMS



One is made by Oracle and one is made by Microsoft.

There are alot of feature differences as well but I think you are better to look those up with Google.
 
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Raj,
From a development point of view, each database has SQL extensions that you can use in queries. There are also differences in price and the like between the databases.
 
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