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November 26, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

On November 11 we printed an article entitled Oracle 8i just a working name; Ellison got it wrong in which we quoted the company’s Ken Jacobs as saying Oracle’s chairman, Larry Ellison, had got it wrong when asked about the future version numbers of its internet database, Oracle 8i. While we stand by our story that Ellison and Jacobs did say different things to our reporter regarding future version numbers of the software, it has been pointed out that the confusion was a result of a misunderstanding and Ken Jacobs did not use the words directly attributed to him.

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