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Oracle versions

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Vogra
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Oracle versions

Hi All!
what I really lost to use standard version instead Enterprise version of Oracle?
Thanx.
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A. Clay Stephenson
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Re: Oracle versions

Hi Claudio,

The answer is that it depends. If this is a development system then Stand Edition is fine because all your API's will work. This link and especially the PDF file that can be found there lists the differences.

http://www.oracle.com/ip/deploy/database/oracle9i/index.html?pkgsum.html

Regards, Clay
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Alun Territt
Occasional Visitor

Re: Oracle versions

Depending upon your hardware - you may be forced to use Enterprise Edition (i.e. HP9000 K Class servers have to use Enterprise Edition) - the web link in the other note will highlight this (but thought it worth pointing out)
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