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  1. #1
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    Cool Survey (apparently homework)

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does
    it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s)
    or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for
    what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which
    ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. Cheers!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. CHeers!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. CHeers!!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. Cheers!

    Regards,
    D-Licious
    Last edited by Pat Phelan; 11-07-06 at 14:07. Reason: Cross-posts merged into a single thread

  2. #2
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    Cool Hello and Please Help!

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. CheerS!!!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

  3. #3
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    Cool Hello and Please Help!

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. Cheers!!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

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    We have been using a mixed environment of Oracle 10g and SQLServer 2000 database servers, but we are planning to drop these in favor of 3x5 cards and crayons.
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  5. #5
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    Thumbs up Hello and Please Help!

    Hi,

    I am doing a project on the database industry and would appreciate if you all could answer a few questions for me!

    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?
    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?
    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?
    What do you like most about your current database(s)?
    Any specific issues you find in the product?
    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?
    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?
    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    I sincerely thank you all for your time and efforts. Cheers!!

    Regards,
    D-Licious

  6. #6
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    What do you think of Oracle providing support for Red Hat Linux?

    nothing

    What database(s) are you currently using, what operating system does it run on, and what database options are you using?

    sql server 2005, access 97, and mysql 4.1, all on windows xp

    Over the next 6-12 months, are you planning to buy any database(s) or option(s)? If so, which ones?

    nope, i don't buy databases

    What do you like most about your current database(s)?

    GROUP_CONCAT rulez!!!

    Any specific issues you find in the product?

    sql server management studio is a pig

    Are you using any open-source products? If yes, which ones and for what prime reasons?

    mysql because it's such a schweet little engine

    Are you switching any database in favor of an alternative? If so, which ones?

    nope

    Are there any general trends you see in the database market?

    you cannot step twice into the same river -- Heraclitus
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by r937
    Any specific issues you find in the product?

    sql server management studio (SSMS) is a pig
    Amen Brother


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