I didnt no the thread would become a postgresVSoracle thing. I just lost
couple of thousand rows and could not retrieve them back, so i wanted to
know if postgres had some way to get it back. Iam just a few days
expereinced in postgres hence iam still discovering its features.
No intention of comparing the two technologies......just trying find a
solution and ended up comparing because i had worked in oracle before and
very well knewit provide a rollback option for queries.
I dont see anything wrong in knowing what features oracle has.
On 7/12/08, Lewis Cunningham <lewisc(at)rocketmail(dot)com> wrote:
> --- On Sat, 7/12/08, Scott Marlowe <scott(dot)marlowe(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> > What I would appreciate as regards Oracle's flashback
> > technology would
> > have been a link to a well written review showing the warts
> > as well as
> > the beauty. I've found that Oracle stuff sounds good
> > on paper, and
> > turns into a giant maintenance nightmare upon deployment.
> > But that's
> > just what I've seen looking over Oracle DBA shoulders
> > in the past.
> Oracle-base is a site I trust and use. Tim writes very good articles and
> this is one he did recently covering flashback in 11g. The example on
> flashback transaction is the best I've seen.
> Lewis R Cunningham
> An Expert's Guide to Oracle Technology
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