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Re: MYDUL avaialbe for recovery, another choise of DUL.

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Date: 26 Sep 2005 18:40:32 -0700
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AnySQL (d.c.b.a) wrote:
> I have discard that tool, this tool is just as DUL, to directly read
> rows out from datafile.

And DUL is proprietary Oracle software you've attempted to duplicate which violates any licencing agreement you may have had with Oracle Corporation. I would not suggest to anyone that your 'tool' is worthy of use. You have a habit, apparently, of knowingly and willingly infringing on Oracle's copyrights on intellectual property and then asking others to share in your crime by requesting they put to use these so-called products you cobble together. Far be it from me to even CONSIDER such an offer, as I'm not in the habit of writing huge settlement checks to large corporations whose software has been illegally and incompletely duplicated. I also find it disheartening that you have found willing accomplices in your 'product' testing, most likely due to a severe unwillingness to pay Oracle to do the job that you convinced them your product could complete. Reverse-engineering ANY part of ANY Oracle software is ILLEGAL. You, obviously, couldn't care less, else why would you continue writing such programs in clear violation of all Oracle licencing agreements, agreements which you willlingly accepted only to disregard them in your quest to rob Oracle of revenue?

It matters not that you fancy yourself a software guru; the truth in this matter is that you have attempted to reverse-engineer software unique to Oracle Corporation, and have done so illegally. That you have provided a similar functionality in your 'product' is grounds for a lawsuit of which I would not care to be a recipient, so I shall pass on your generous offer to join you in prison.

David Fitzjarrell Received on Mon Sep 26 2005 - 20:40:32 CDT

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