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What is difference between SQL Server and Oracle?


ORACLE and SQLSERVER BOTH RDMS.oracle supports 11+1/2
E.F.codd rules out of 12 rules.but remaining rdms supports
only 5 rules.compare with sqlserver ,oracle has more secure
and high performance to retrieval the data from database.
but sql server supports only microsoft operating systems.
oracle can support every operating system.
using oracle pl/sql ,we can send block of queries to
oracleserver at a time.but IN sqlserver we can not send
multiple queries at a time to the server.

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