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kinda like how 9ir1 was really 8.2 :)

joe

Mercadante, Thomas F wrote:
"so are they really new versions or just minor upgrades to the 9i
version?"

let's see. Otn is a marketing tool. From a marketing point of view,
what's better - changing the name to make it look like it's
brand-spanking new, or making what is obvious obvious - that they are
simply recycling the current version into a new version.


Tom Mercadante
Oracle Certified Professional

-----Original Message-----
*From:* Ryan
*Sent:* Wednesday, December 10, 2003 10:54 PM
*To:* Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-L
*Subject:* 10g stuff on otn

they list the new application server and the new developer suite
as '10g', but then say 9.0.4 next to it?

so are they really new versions or just minor upgrades to the 9i
version?
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