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Subject: RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE
Thread ID: 154909 Message ID: 155033 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Not Applicable Category: Databases, Tables and SQL Server
Date: Saturday, December 22, 2007 4:48:47 AM         
   


> Hi Ken and Cetin,
>
> > The money thing is definately a big drawback to Oracle, but from what I have read, it is a good backend. I would like the opportunity to play with it, but like you said, $$$$$ :(
> >
>
> I'm not sure, but I recall hearing about a free Oracle version. I know they have Oracle Application Express (http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/database/application_express/index.html), which I think is free but have never looked at it in detail (it's marked down as one of those things on my "to do" list)
>
>
> Frank.
>
> Frank Cazabon
> Samaan Systems Ltd.
> www.SamaanSystems.com/

I don't know about "Free". This is from the license you have to accept from their website as per your link above:

"License Rights
Provided you have a current license to use Oracle database programs and are currently receiving technical support from our organization for such Oracle database programs, we grant you a nonexclusive, nontransferable limited license to use the programs solely for your internal business operations subject to the terms of this agreement and the license grants and restrictions set forth with your licensing of such Oracle database programs. We also grant you a nonexclusive....."

Does that mean free? The download button very clearly says "Free Download" which only means you can download the file freely, provided you accept the above.

Can you direct me to a link that says that this version is free?

Thanks

Bernard

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ENTIRE THREAD

VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by DEREK DODOO @ 12/20/2007 3:51:06 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Ken Murphy @ 12/20/2007 3:56:11 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Maurizio Zazzi @ 12/20/2007 3:58:43 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Cetin Basoz @ 12/20/2007 4:29:53 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Ken Murphy @ 12/20/2007 5:12:36 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Frank Cazabon @ 12/20/2007 11:37:46 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Ken Murphy @ 12/21/2007 1:12:17 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Frank Cazabon @ 12/21/2007 7:42:16 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by suhas hegde @ 12/21/2007 8:11:46 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Bernard Bout @ 12/22/2007 4:53:03 AM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Bernard Bout @ 12/22/2007 4:48:47 AM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Frank Cazabon @ 12/22/2007 1:35:17 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Cetin Basoz @ 12/28/2007 2:47:54 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by suhas hegde @ 12/20/2007 6:35:03 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Bernard Bout @ 12/21/2007 4:58:33 AM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Andy Kramek @ 12/21/2007 12:38:35 PM
RE: VFP-SQLSERVER vrs VFP-ORACLE Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/28/2007 2:20:06 PM