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i am looking for an article on comparison of databases. For example, a comparison of oracle, sqlserver and mysql. Can anyone help me on this?
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Yea they do help me.
Is there any article to compare all databases that exist..atleast most of them?
Thanks again..
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by:Racim BOUDJAKDJI
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<<Few articles to compare SQL Server vs Oracle:>>
LOL..Don't you just love when salesmen talk about technology..I especially like the parallel between SQL viewed by Oracle vs Oracle viewed by Microsoft...

Regards...
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I always say that no sensible business ever bought a DBMS. Why would they? You might want to get an evaluation copy for testing or training purposes and evaluate its features that way. But if you expect a responsible company to pay out good money for it then you'd better be proposing not just a DBMS but an end-to-end solution with the purchase of the application software, development resource, training and maintenance, etc as well. Identify the requirement and choose the application first, don't start with the DBMS.
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>> Is there any article to compare all databases that exist..atleast most of them?

Instead of doing this way, ideal approach should be to

1. Identify your Business requirements (Complete set of features required by RDBMS system for your application)
2. Estimate your Budget for Server and RDBMS.
3. Check which RDBMS suits your requirement.
4. Download the evaluation version, test it and suggest it for your application.
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