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Merill Fernando

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Who is Scott? Posted: Jan 6, 2005 11:09 PM
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One of my former colleagues Nadeera forwarded this mail to me, I wonder how authentic it is?>

You must have always wondered why the username / password in SQL is Scott/Tiger....>

Who is this Scott? Here is the answer to your query....>

So,  who is Scott?>

Bruce Scott was one of the first employees at Oracle (then  Software Development Laboratories). He co-founded Gupta Technology (now known as Centura Software) in 1984 with Umang Gupta, and later became CEO and founder of  PointBase, Inc.>

Bruce was co-author and co-architect of Oracle V1, V2  and V3.>

The SCOTT schema (EMP and DEPT tables), with password TIGER, was  created by him. Tiger was the name of his cat.>

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