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I want to create/upgrade my companies database, at the moment we are using an old style database with an DOS style look (its 15+ years old) it does the job very well but i would like a windows based system. Because the current database is quite complex with financial records, vehicle info and sales income and monitoring, what would the best way to go? - upgrade the current database to windows based (ive been quoted £8.500 to do that by current database company) - ask my son to build one on Oracle? if he can would it be expensive to get a corporate (business) deal with Oracle? and would there be a way of asking my current database company to copy all the data from my current DOS style based system to input them into Oracle (so i dont have to input the data.....which would take forever (like thousands of info i would like to take with me to windows any help would be appreciated cheers
You would need to talk to ORACLE to see how much it would cost. It isn#t possible to give you an idea of the cost here because it will depend on a number of factors e.g. the server you run it on (including number of processors), number of concurrent users etc. You need to find out how the current data is stored e.g. is it stored in DBASE files (.DBF files) or Foxpro, text files or some custom database file format. If the file format is in something like DBASE then you may be able to use something like ohio Access to transfer the data into a format that ORACLE can read using SQL queries. You can use the link on my Yahoo Profile to email me anonymously and we can talk it through further.