Difference between SQL and Oracle?

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Difference between SQL and Oracle?
« Reply #10 on: 07-11-2016, 23:49:03 »
Perhaps the most obvious difference between the two RDBMS is the language they use. Although both systems use a version of Structured Query Language, or SQL, MS SQL Server uses Transact SQL, or T-SQL, which is an extension of SQL originally developed by Sybase and used by Microsoft.

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DB2:Common in IBM host environments, 2 different versions for host and Windows/Linux

MySQL:Widely used open source RDBMS

Oracle NoSQL:Key-value store based on Berkeley DB Java Edition
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Re: Difference between SQL and Oracle?
« Reply #11 on: 08-08-2016, 04:22:09 »
There are many different relational database management systems (RDBMS) out there. You have probably heard about Microsoft Access, Sybase, and MySQL, but the two most popular and widely used are Oracle and MS SQL Server. Although there are many similarities between the two platforms, there are also a number of key differences. In this blog, I will be taking a look at several in particular, in the areas of their command language, how they handle transaction control and their organization of database objects.


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