Re: Does Oracle have anything like SAP Business Intelligence Accelerator?

From: Shakespeare <>
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 21:44:27 +0100
Message-ID: <491b4031$0$196$>

DA Morgan schreef:

> wrote:

>> On Nov 12, 9:13 am, DA Morgan <> wrote:
>>> wrote:
>>>>> Perhaps you would like to post links to data that contradicts it?
>>>> To use your words there is nothing to respond to, the posturing and
>>>> fluff is all yours.
>>>> Actually hang on a moment, I do have something:
>>>> I believe that the majority of SAP installs on Windows run on SQL
>>>> Server,
>>> You are dissembling. I said the majority of ALL. I did not specify a
>>> specific platform and operating system. But then you know that.
>>> Liars, damned liars, and statisticians. We know which you are.
>>>> I believe there are a significant number of SAP installs on SQL Server
>>> Significant ... more dissembling. You are not contradicting me.
>>>> I believe there are a decent number of SAP installs on Oracle
>>> Decent ... as in the majority. Say it out loud. Show some integrity.
>>>> I believe there are a decent number of SAP installs on IBM platforms
>>> True as well but still not contradicting me.
>>>> I believe there are SAP installs on Sun(MySQL) platforms
>>> Nothing you wrote contradicts me. Integrity, if you wish to display
>>> some, would suggest that you either apologize or put up numbers.
>>> Don't worry ... I expect neither.
>>> --
>>> Daniel A. Morgan
>>> Oracle Ace Director & Instructor
>>> University of Washington
>>> (replace x with u to respond)
>>> Puget Sound Oracle Users
>> No need for an apology as you posted nothing substantive where as I
>> did, including actual references to SAP DB/MAX which you seemed to
>> find so funny.
>> As always you have narrowed down from your broad sweeping lies to
>> argue semantics, so its at this point I say thanks as ever for the
>> humour Dan and I'll leave you to crawl back under your little Oracle
>> rock.
>> -Euan
> Lets play the game a bit further shall we?
> Which company has the largest share of the database market according to 
> Gartner?
> Which company, other than Oracle, sells the most Oracle licenses?
> Ball's in your court. <g>

Hint: the answer to the second question can be found in the annual report of......... SAP!

Shakespeare Received on Wed Nov 12 2008 - 14:44:27 CST

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