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Posted Sep 29, 2003

Don Schlichting

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Don Schlichting is a Microsoft MSCE, MCDBA and an Oracle Certified Associate. Working at Professional Control Corporation as the IT Director, he can be reached at dons@pccweb.com.

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