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From:Peter Gulutzan Date:November 18 2003 10:44pm
Subject:Re: Need help comparing MySQL to MS SQL Server
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KEVIN ZEMBOWER wrote:

The organization hired an outside consultant to
evaluate which SQL engine to go with. This is
what he sent to us:

...

"
SQL Server 2000 is a complete Relational Database
Management System (RDBMS) that also includes integrated
analysis functionality for OLAP and data mining. SQL Server
2000 meets the data and analysis storage requirements of the
largest data processing systems and commercial Web sites, yet
at the same time can provide easy-to-use data storage services
to an individual or small business.
"

I don't know whether the consultant wrote this himself, or
if it came from somewhere.

Answer:

It came from somewhere. The above paragraph is a
word-for-word quote from this Microsoft document:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/sql/deploy/upgrdmigrate/mysql.asp



Regards,
PeterG


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