Which is better Oracle or MS SQL? Why?




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Which is better Oracle or MS SQL? Why?..

Answer / gangadhar mahabubabad

100% oracle is better..y because
sql sever is supported for windows o.s only
but oracle is supported for all operating systems...

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Which is better Oracle or MS SQL? Why?..

Answer / sudipta santra

Apart from the Gangadhar's point, one important point is
that Oracle is the only RDBMS which follows the 9 out of 11
normalization rules.

So Oracle is the ever best RDBMS till now.

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