Thanks Peter for your reply,
we will investigate further into your comments. We
understand that postgresql is already
enterprise-level. But as our observation many of the
propriety databse users in the enterprise level are
reluctant to switch to postgresql. We wanted to to
bridge the gap.
Thanks once again,
--- Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> wrote: > Suresh
> > 2. Core functionality add-ons to postgresql :-
> > -Table joins
> Already done.
> > -Java stored procedures
> Already done.
> > -Backup and recovery (incremental backup/restore)
> Will appear in next release.
> > -Query optimization
> > * Indexing techniques
> > * Star query optimization
> Good luck with that. :-)
> > - Data Types
> > * BLBL
> > * Images
> > * Long
> These are probably redundant with bytea.
> > 3. Application compatibility
> > -Oracle Compatible JDBC driver
> JDBC drivers should be compatible with the JDBC
> standard, not with some
> > -Query compatibility
> > * Oracle DML/DDL Compatibility
> Like what?
> > * Behavioral differences like null handling
> Not gonna happen.
> > * Nested Queries
> Do you mean recursive queries?
> > * Manual Optimization Hints
> These are probably not going to be compatible with
> Oracle anyway.
> > All your sugestions are welcome. Please help us to
> > implement these features.
> > Our aim is to make postgresql enterprise level.
> PostgreSQL is already enterprise-level.
> Peter Eisentraut
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