Re: Graphical Oracle administration

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Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 14:50:44 GMT
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"Luigi" <> wrote in message
>> True, but the SQL Server 'definition' of a 'database' differs
>> DRASTICALLY from the Oracle definition, of which you're apparently
>> unaware.
>> A 'database' in SQL Server is used to colocate data and tables which are
>> related to each other; this is the purpose of the SCHEMA in Oracle.
> I read the concepts guide, thank you.
> So if I want to create two database MANAGEMENT and CONFIGURATION, in
> SQL Server I have to create TWO DB, while in Oracle I have to create
> How much SQL Server schemas have I to create, one?
> SQL Server schemas can be compared to Oracle databases?
> Thanks,
> Luigi.

I think you have the rdbms's reversed in the above question. I will assume that is so.
In Oracle you can create many many schemas and people often do. A schema in Oracle is similar to a SQL Server database. Jim Received on Thu May 22 2008 - 09:50:44 CDT

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