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icon2.gif  what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379705] Wed, 07 January 2009 13:20 Go to next message
tannerbaum
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hello i am making a homework about differences of oracle versions but i couldnt found any thing about 9g could anyone tell me about 9g?
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379706 is a reply to message #379705] Wed, 07 January 2009 13:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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You can find about oracle 9i not 9g.
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379708 is a reply to message #379705] Wed, 07 January 2009 13:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
tannerbaum
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thanks for answer. but teacher wanted differences of 8i 9g 10g 11g so should i write about 9i
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379709 is a reply to message #379708] Wed, 07 January 2009 13:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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http://tahiti.oracle.com
Each version has a "new features" book.

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Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379710 is a reply to message #379708] Wed, 07 January 2009 13:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mahesh Rajendran
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I recon so. There is nothing called as 9g.
Should be a typo.
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379712 is a reply to message #379705] Wed, 07 January 2009 14:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
tannerbaum
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i found sth about 9g http://download-llnw.oracle.com/docs/cd/E13158_01/ensemble/docs103/install/preinstall.html

it is referred as Oracle 9g (9.2.0.7) sadly theres no typo i think
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379714 is a reply to message #379712] Wed, 07 January 2009 14:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Quote:
sadly theres no typo i think

Yes, there is.
This is NOT an Oracle official site.
Don't trust everything that is in web.

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Michel
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379715 is a reply to message #379705] Wed, 07 January 2009 14:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
tannerbaum
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i will tell about 9i then. thanks for answers.
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379840 is a reply to message #379714] Thu, 08 January 2009 02:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Michel Cadot wrote on Wed, 07 January 2009 21:24
Quote:
sadly theres no typo i think

Yes, there is.
This is NOT an Oracle official site.

Yes it is.
Although it is probably incorporated from a previous bea site.
Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379853 is a reply to message #379840] Thu, 08 January 2009 02:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Doh! I forgot Oracle buying frenzy. ./fa/3518/0/
They should review the sites of the entreprises they buy.

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Re: what is the difference between 9i and 9g [message #379872 is a reply to message #379853] Thu, 08 January 2009 03:51 Go to previous message
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the .oracle.com in the url was quite a give-away...
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