Oracle is probably the most popular enterprise database server at the moment. This is the server that powers eBay on the web and countless datawarehouses and VLDBs around the world. Oracle is suited for all applications from OLTP to Data Warehousing. The latest 9i even has a built in OLAP engine.
Could someone, please, modify/remove the last sentence, or suggest a completely new description? Because, 9i was released in 2001 so - it's been quite a while since 9i was the latest version. At the moment, it is 11g.
Hello Littlefoot it appears that you have not posted on our forums in several weeks. Hope you find what you're looking for. If you need to post a question, we're happy to help.
Right; I haven't. Mostly because I didn't know answers to questions being asked, partially because site was down relatively often lately (maintenance, as the information suggested, always "repairing database replication"). But never mind, it is a lovely greeting line! I wonder what will look like after this post.
As of the last "greeting" sentence, yes - I did post a question, but noone took a look. It is right above this one.
So, is someone going to change Oracle database description paragraph, please?
I remember discussion which took place last December (it is August now) (here it is, if someone's interested in reading), saying
Originally Posted by LF
as far as I can tell, administration staff of the dBforums doesn't pay much attention to member's needs
Pat Phelan found it interesting, adding that
Originally Posted by Pat
If anyone has a complaint about DBForums or how it runs, I actively want to hear that complaint.
So yes, I was complaining and I'm still doing it. As far as I understood what you, Pat, have said, SoftwareRevue does iNet side maintenance, while you (now I see Paul being an administrator, so I guess he's the one too) deal with the user's side of the job.
I wouldn't know whether sub-forum description makes iNet or user side of site maintenance, but - will someone, please, finally fix that outdated information?
I understand that it isn't that important; dBforums will work (out of maintenance hours), members and guests will - hopefully - find answers to their problems/questions.
Am I buggin' you? Didn't mean to bug ya (perhaps just a little bit).
P.S. LOL!!! I was trying to submit this message, but - No-no!
Originally Posted by dBforums
There seems to have been a problem with the dBforums database.
What now? I'm not allowed to complain? Does forum engine proactively scan message tone and censors it? :evil: