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    What is difference between oracle8i,oracle9i and oracle 10g.

    Posted by: subhash on 9/23/2007

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    there is no correct answer but one can clearly say that they are the different versions of oracle and 8i is 1st ,9i is 2nd and 10G is the latest......!

    Posted by: ajay    

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    Oracle 8i and 9i are different versions of the database. It's like asking what's the difference between Windows 95 and Windows 98!

    With Oracle each new version contains the same functionality as the previous version. So Oracle 9i is backwards compatible with 8i. Oracle 9i does many things differently internally so they are not exactly the same database engine.

    And Oracle 9i has a host of new features designed to make the database more stable, easier to manage and increase functionality. There are so many new features that Oracle Corp. provides a complete manual listing these new feature.

    Posted by: sheetal    

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    Oracle 8i run in win98 and 9i run in winxp or vista and 10g run only and only on vista. thats all

    Posted by: Anirudh    

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    Oracle 8i,and Oracle 9i is specially for the Internet purpose U can easily know by seeing at the end.whereas oracle 10g is for Grid computing.where g stands for grid

    Posted by: Murali    

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    Grid computing - an extension of the clustering feature (Real Application Clusters)
    Manageability improvements (self-tuning features)
    Performance and scalability improvements
    Automated Storage Management (ASM)
    Automatic Workload Repository (AWR)
    Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
    Flashback operations available on row, transaction, table or database level
    Ability to UNDROP a table from a recycle bin
    Ability to rename tablespaces
    Ability to transport tablespaces across machine types (E.g Windows to Unix)
    New 'drop database' statement
    New database scheduler - DBMS_SCHEDULER
    Support for bigfile tablespaces that is up to 8 Exabytes in size
    Data Pump - faster data movement with expdp and impdp.

    Posted by: RAGHU    

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    Oracle 9i has better features than Oracle 8i like better concurrency control,better internet security ,i stands for internet and Oracle 10g is based on Grid Computing and distributed system rather than on client/server technology.

    Posted by: Gourav    

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    oracle 8i n 9i uses in internet & database or 10g uses in gridcomputing mostluy

    Posted by: niraj jain    

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    oracle 8i and 9i are the internet versions where as 10g and latest versions are the grid versions. huge amount of users can be connected in at a time in grid version rather than internet versions.

    Posted by: raajavardhan reddy    

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    In oracle 8i natural join is not support but oracle 9i&10g will supports.
    8i-in leftouter join & right outerjoin we r using + operator
    9i &1og-we can't use

    Posted by: kishore    

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    oracle 8i & 9i- i stands for internet
    oracle 10g- g for grid control
    grid control :if there are n number of database and maintained with 1 grid(server)
    there should be many clients but only 1 server.
    if we install oracle 10g in desktop, then both severe and client are installing in same sys.
    we can install server at 1sys and client on other sys. and can be accessed through the use of grid computing...

    Posted by: rakeshram ga    

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    Grid is a collection of database server.

    Posted by: Alesh Sharma    

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    g-stands for grid control
    i-stands for internet platform...this is the<a href="">?</a> main difference though there are too many other differences in there versions

    Posted by: Girish    

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