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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2003

    web application from DB

    This is sethu murugan from chennai.

    Iam working for a Finance Company in chennai.

    Iam in a situation to develope an web based applciation [ should be running on a browser ] for my MD.

    The situation is, we have oracle 8i database. We have developed an applciation and it is smoothly running.

    Now My md wants to see some critcal reports from his laptap which is not connected to the office network.

    He does not want to me to load any apllication in his sytem. So i have to use the browser for this.

    I have seen in some places that ppl r using broser for data view etc.

    Now I dont know any idea how to acheive it and where to start and wht to use.

    Can any one of u help me in this regard.

    1. Wht to use
    2. where to start
    3. wht all i need
    4. With orale 8i database itself can i acheive this.
    5. I was searching thru the ineternet
    6. I found some thing called webdb.
    7. We have that media [ the pack was n't opend for past 3 yrs ]
    8. Can i use that to acheive wht i want ?

    If any one is around chennai and willing me to help on this, pls buzz me on my mobile 31109842 if u cant reach me pls leave voice mail and i will keep i touch with u..

    or u can reach me on my email sethumurugan@yahoo.com

    Thank u all..


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Breda, The Netherlands
    7. We have that media [ the pack was n't opend for past 3 yrs ]
    Oops! That product's past its expiration date... it's probably spoiled...

    Sorry guys, but it's friday afternoon...

    But seriously, most answers are at http://tahiti.oracle.com
    And if your company uses Oracle IAS, you could use "Oracle Discoverer" for your critical reports via a browser.
    An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less until he knows absolutely everything about nothing.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    You can also use Web PL/SQL to develop reports.

    Discoverer might not be part of the basic 9iAS licence.
    David Knight
    OCP DBA 8i, 9i, 10g

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