Oracle has announced its certification of SAP core enterprise resource planning product version 4.6, sales and distribution module, on its Oracle9i database for Windows Server 2003 for both 32-bit and 64-bit computing.
The database company claimed that SAP customers running on other commercial database technology would be able to reduce their database management costs through Oracle9i database's automated management features.
"Customers can begin upgrading immediately with the assurance we have tested and optimised the Oracle-SAP solution for performance and reliability," said Robert Shimp, vice president of Oracle database marketing, in a statement.
"The certified Oracle9i database and SAP solution for Windows Server 2003 is ideal for any sized organisation requiring a proven infrastructure when running applications."
SAP applications have been certified on the 64-bit Oracle9i database release 2 on Windows Server 2003 for Itanium 2 after a six-month test period.
The company has also announced a pre-production release of Oracle9i database for 64-bit architecture.
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