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From:Michael Satterwhite Date:March 31 2005 3:06pm
Subject:Re: license question
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gunmuse@stripped wrote:
| MySql loses money from many vendors on this very point.  Of which they do
| not budge.
|
| We have a Point of Sale software company who can distribute Oracle
cheaper.
| They only require a percentage of the final product price that their
product
| is packaged with.  When the company explained they would rather use
MySql an
| pay them the same rates MySql refused.

I'm sure there's a good answer for this, but I must be dense.

In this scenario, why did you go to Oracle instead of PostgreSQL?

	Oracle = Pay percentage of final price
	PostgreSql = Free

The times I've used PostgreSql, it's seemed a good product. Am I missing
something?

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