ComputerWorld.au: Database code will not become open source
Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:05AM EDT

While Oracle Corp. is committed to the open source movement and its standards, database code will remain proprietary because there will be difficulties in providing services if customers make alterations to the source code.

This is the view of the chairman and chief executive officer of Oracle, Larry Ellison, stated at the recent Oracle OpenWorld held in Beijing recently.

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