TomorrowNow Incident Brings Scrutiny to SAP, Oracle

Monday Sep 10th 2007 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

While Oracle continues to make a federal case out of verboten downloads, the lawsuit is dragging both firm's juicy service and maintenance contracts into the spotlight.

[From internetnews.com]

Oracle's pending lawsuit accusing arch-rival SAP of what amounts to industrial espionage has inadvertently brought both firms' lucrative and controversial service and maintenance fees to the fore.

Both software giants' attorneys were scheduled to lock antlers Tuesday in a San Francisco federal court but the festivities were postponed after the presiding judge fell ill. Assuming all the players are healthy and available, the legal theatrics will commence September 18.

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