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RE: Oracle 11i new features

From: John Kanagaraj <>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 22:39:41 -0800
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Nope! - Oracle 10i will be the end of the world (as Oracle knows it at least :) since we already have an Oracle 11i (aka Oracle Applications 11i - but generally known in the ERP world as Oracle 11i or Apps 11i). Fyi - it mutated from Apps 10.7 to Apps 11.0.x and now to Apps 11.5.x - the 'i' replacing the 5 here. So when 11.5.9 is released later this year and they run out of numbers there, I believe it will mutate to Oracle 12i or Apps 12i.... The life of the person who is in charge of numbering at Oracle is gonna become quite complicated for sure.....  

John Kanagaraj
Oracle Applications DBA
DB Soft Inc
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Sent: Friday, May 30, 2003 9:20 PM
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UNLESS Oracle decides to skip Oracle 10i and go directly to Oracle 11i.  

They did something similar to bring the numbers for Oracle Database and Oracle Designer and Oracle Application Servers all up to 9i (9iDB, 9iAS, Designer 9i. . . .)  

After all, they must have introduced enough new features and bugs to skip a number or two?!?!  

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Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 8:05 AM
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Oracle 11/11i: <>  

Oracle Apps 11/11i
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HTH Mark  

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Sent: 28 May 2003 11:08
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Can anybody tell me a website where I can know about new features in Oracle 11/11i?  

Thanks in Advance
Ajay K. Garg

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