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MTS, Exchange Server, IIS and MTS

Posted on 1999-07-11
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17
I'm about to start a new project that involves 120 new users. The system would use in the most part the Legendary Microsoft DNA archtecture. I need to know what kind of Oracle version I need to run in order to have smoth and easy coralation with other microsoft servers (See question topics). What problems are their if any, What version do I need and so forth.
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EugeneGardner earned 100 total points
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MTS is best for OLTP systems with in excess of 400 users.
The answer to the 'which version' question is invariably 'the latest non x.0 version available'.

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