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    Unanswered: Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server Database Structure Comparison

    I am new to oracle. May I know is the database structure of Oracle similar to Microsoft SQL Server?

    Microsoft SQL Server has tables, views, stored-procedures, functions, triggers, primary keys, foreignkeys, indexes, unique keys and etc. Is Oracle database has similar objects like SQL Server? Is there any article related to oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database structure comparison?

    Please advice. Thanks.

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    Are you incapable or unwilling to use GOOGLE yourself?

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    I just want to seek the advice from the oracle experts here. Google not always return the results I want.

    Nvm, I want find more info about this.

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    Both MS SQL Server and Oracle are designed for the same purpose and offer same things (more or less). All objects that you mentioned exist in Oracle. Now, read a few documents Google found and - when you have a specific question - come and ask. I hope you don't expect Forum members to compare those two RDBMSs for you. Life is too short for such things.

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    Thanks for your answer. I agree this question is a "big question". I will read some documentations to get more detailed information.

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