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  1. #1
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    Hi Friends
    Is someone using java stored procedures ?
    Cheers
    vish


  2. #2
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    Hi,

    Yes, we are using but at testing level.
    Let us share if there is any thing.


    P. Soni

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    Vish

    what exactly u need about java stored procedure....


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    Talking

    Sorry Friends!
    thanks for your replies! Unfortunately I cld'nt pick them up.

    Well, At this contract where I work I might have to use javastored procedures , but I'm not sure when and where to use it over PL/SQL stored procedures. Besides this is a hot area and I cld'nt find any study materials on this.

    Please share ur experiences if possible

    Cheers
    vish

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    Hello

    As per your query regarding where to use java stored procedure over pl/sql,
    To give u an example :In my organization we wanted to use host command to delete a file, but that's not possible from pl/sql, but u can do that through java stored procedure.


    [Edited by sasmita on 04-20-2001 at 07:53 AM]

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    Smile

    Good Day!
    Hope all of you had a good weekend !

    Continuing with Java in Oracle server. I'm still not convinced why java should exist within Oracle Database there by making it necessary to have more RAM.

    If not java stored procedures, Is it SQLJ which would improve oracle performance ? Can we do away with Pro *C with SQL J.

    If someone can see the benefit having Java with in oracle 8i please let me know. Please do share your commercial experiences on this front.

    Cheers
    vish


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    Hello,

    Do u know u can store java application inside your Oracle 8i database. So can have both application & database in one server.

    The URL given by kmesser is a good one.


    [Edited by sasmita on 04-24-2001 at 12:00 AM]

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