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Message Posted: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 @ 13:08:18 GMT
I just came off a project in Utah where they had evaluated Trelational in relationship to Natural. I wasn't involved in the analysis, but I can point you to a person who was. Most of our extract process was in Natural, and it was slow and difficult to get a change capture process, since the database design didn't have it embedded. Trelational, since it works with some sort of Natural log files, looked great for speed and possibly really cool for change capture. Anyway, I believe the client I worked with in Utah is planning to get it and implement it in the future, budget allowing.
PS: Geoff, this was on the Teradata forum, since you were the (un)Natural guy on that project I mentioned, I thought I'd pass it on to you, ask you what you remember.
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