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Company thought DB2 will be better than Oracle. - IBM DB2

OK - THAT'S ENOUGH!!! This BS has been going on for nearly 2 weeks. Don't you have to go mow the lawn or something? Put the keyboard down, get your hand off it (I'm not talking about the mouse) and get outside into the real world for a change. Shut-T.F.up !!! Don't you know The Golden Rule of Netnews? "Arguing on the Internet is like running in the Special Olympics - even if you win, you are still retarded"...

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    Default Re: Company thought DB2 will be better than Oracle.

    OK - THAT'S ENOUGH!!!

    This BS has been going on for nearly 2 weeks. Don't you have to go mow the
    lawn or something? Put the keyboard down, get your hand off it (I'm not
    talking about the mouse) and get outside into the real world for a change.

    Shut-T.F.up !!!

    Don't you know The Golden Rule of Netnews? "Arguing on the Internet is like
    running in the Special Olympics - even if you win, you are still retarded"


    Andrew Guest

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    Peter is full of it. Into the kill file
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    Jim Guest

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    "Peter" <com> wrote in message
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    I know. I once had a database crash. Can't remember what I did or which
    database it was but it makes you think doesn't it.


    programmer Guest

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    Larry, Neil,

    Have you ever met? I know you're both on your toes and I think you're both
    right in your ways.
    Neil is right that executive briefings have the same believability rating as
    any salespitch.
    And Larry is right that things are different when you talk to the technical
    team.
    We developers are the ones who have to follow up, so we hate overselling.
    I saw Neil at the Toronto Infobahn. Would have been time better invested to
    meet the team doing the job upstairs.

    Cheers
    Serge


    "Larry Edelstein" <ibm.com> wrote in message
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    Serge Guest

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    Newsgroups: comp.databases.oracle.server
    Date: 2003-09-24 16:24:22 PST


    Nat wrote:
     
    Leverage this situation and follow Brian's and Oracle's advice. Use this
    as an excuse to upgrade
    to something that will be good for your company and good for your resume.

    --
    Daniel Morgan
    http://www.outreach.washington.edu/ext/certificates/oad/oad_crs.asp
    http://www.outreach.washington.edu/ext/certificates/aoa/aoa_crs.asp
    damorganx.washington.edu
    (replace 'x' with a 'u' to reply)
    Database Guest

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    Newsgroups: comp.databases.oracle.server
    Date: 2003-09-11 07:47:26 PST


    T0GGLe wrote:
     
    You realize incorrectly. It is not.
     
    So you'd have something to whine about. Of course MS products never
    crash. Never have problems.
    And everything is always perfect. It is raining in Redmond Washington at
    this very second. How can that
    be? How can that be? I know ... I'm there.

    The crash has nothing to do with changing the password. What I'd like to
    see is an actual example
    of what you are doing to change that password. I suspect the real cause
    is that you are not doing what
    you think you are doing, not doing it the right way, or have some other
    processes running your aren't
    telling us about.

    --
    Daniel Morgan
    http://www.outreach.washington.edu/ext/certificates/oad/oad_crs.asp
    http://www.outreach.washington.edu/ext/certificates/aoa/aoa_crs.asp
    damorganx.washington.edu
    (replace 'x' with a 'u' to reply)



    [Whereas, if DB2 were to go wrong...]
    Database Guest

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