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Oracle Database is the Most Difficult to Product to Install!

I’m at the end of my ropes with how difficult it is to install Oracle and I’m just now getting brave enough to discuss it. You see, I assumed that at some point Microsoft and IBM would have been able to make a solid case for the treachery that is installing Oracle. It is so bad that I’m surprised I haven’t wound up in a straight jacket after dealing with this insanity as much as I have.

Finally, fellow OakTable Network members at MiracleAS have taken the time to document this fact in a video. If you’ve experienced the frustration, or are perhaps a Technical Marketing type from Microsoft or IBM, I encourage you to view the video at the following link:

Oracle Database is Horribly Difficult to Install!


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