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Old March 3rd, 2003, 11:32 PM
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I have heard a lot about Oracle 9i Lite that it just take a few MB ?

I was wondering if I could use 9i lite along with php/apache ?
if yes, are there any drawbacks ?

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Polite

Hi,

I would appreciate if you could help me out in the following:

I am using Polite I need all possible information on

a) How it can get corrupted?
b) Any ways to salvage?
c) Any limitations of polite, i.e.
- In number of years it can be used,
- Number of rows
- Indexes etc.
d) Which jdk version is supported
e) any pitfalls with win2k etc


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Firstly, Oracle 9i Lite is designed for mobile devices - i.e. your laptop and mobile phone. The 9i Lite server can be used for mobile devices in a way that it allows you to work offling and when you reconnect the changes will be updated.

Yes, 9i Lite has a small footprint 50KB to 1MB depending on platform.

9i Lite Max. database size is 2GB.

Oracle's "Mobile Server" configures with the Apache Server.

I believe the "9i Lite" intergrated in Oracle's "Mobile Server" product is currently available on laptops running Windows 95/98/NT/2000.

9i Lite includes a web deployment option for the laptop using the window's platform, called "Web-To-Go". So, I'm guessing that the PHP option is possible.

I have never used Oracle 9i Lite, but it does sound interesting. Thank you for your question. I hope that I was helpful to you in anyway

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