what is difference between oracle 9i and oracle 10g what is difference between oracle 9i and oracle 10g What is the Full form of "i" in Oracle 9i What is the Full form of "g" in Oracle 10g ans =the oracle 9i the "i" is stands for internet and oracle 10g the " g" stands for grid and new version of oracle 11g was launch in 2007 it provided the special feature rather 8i ,9i other it have a RAC, and network security etc. and good for organization purpose .
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Oracle 8i and 9i were databases with 'i' referring to the Internet. For version 10 onwards, Oracle named the database as 10g, 'g' referring to the grid. 10i and 11i are ERP systems, nothing to do with the database.
There are many companies and websites that offer the oracle 10g documentation. The best way to obtain the Oracle 10g documentation is through the official Oracle website.
the full form of 10g in oracle is g=grid computing
In Oracle 10g, 'g' stands for grid computing. For more details about Oracle 10g and overall Oracle DB please refer the following link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oracle_Database
Oracle 10g's commands are internal; they have nothing to do with what platform it is running on.
Like MySQL , Oracle is also a database . Oracle has a number of versions like 9i, 10g, 11g etc. 'g' in the oracle 11g stands for grid computing.
The oracle 10g and oracle 8i there is a minor difference that is oracle 8i doesn't support flash back command once we drop the table in database the message is table dropped but we can use flashback command we can retrieve the drop table once in database
The Oracle Client 10g can be downloaded from Oracle's own website. The website features complete installation instructions as well as troubleshooting tips.