Re: Do Raptors eat T.O.A.D.s?
Date: Thu, 05 Jan 2006 14:59:24 GMT
[Quoted] On Thu, 05 Jan 2006 11:42:30 +0100, T wrote:
> sorry, it is hard to say, but that it is life cycle...
> First they announce public beta version, users making tests, they
> (disigners) listen what people say and make some patches and fixes, they
> give us tool and afterward, they completed 1. version with witch they earn
> Just thing why Microsoft produce such a patches and fixes!!! :))))
They basically have told us that Raptor will be the GUI counterpart of SQLPlus. SQLPlus is included at no additional charge with the database. Conclusion: Raptor will be included free with the database.
It is based on the JDeveloper core. JDeveloper is now free for use in a production environment. JDeveloper support requires a CSI. Conclusion: Raptor support will require a CSI, and the database CSI will probably be sufficient.
Your conclusion does not make sense. Nor is it historically accurate relative to Oracle business practice.
Comparing Oracle business practices to Microsoft's is historically silly.
(My conclusion is you are simply trolling.)
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