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From:Martijn Tonies Date:July 26 2007 3:19pm
Subject:Re: Migration from Oracle to MySQL
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Hi,

>Could you provide some more information about Oracle limitations, MySQL
>limitations, Oracle vs. MySQL etc?

I thought it was your study?

MySQL doesn't have (compared to Oracle):
- check constraints
- a procedural language as mature as Oracle PL/SQL
- triggers on a per statement basis as Oracle
- Java Stored Procedures or the ability to use .NET
- Synonyms
- Schemas
- Type, Typed Tables, Object Tables, Object Types etc...
- integrated PL/SQL Debugger interface


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