By Michael Awai;Matthew Bortniker;John Carnell;Kelly Cox;Daniel O'Connor;Mario Zucca;Sean Dillon;Thomas Kyte;Ann Horton;Frank Hubeny;Glenn E. Mitchell II;Kevin Mukhar;Gary Nicol;Guy Ruth Hammond

Oracle company has broadened its improvement platform, integrating open criteria resembling Java and XML into the center of the Oracle 8i database. This prolonged programming surroundings maintains to use the characteristics of scalability, reliability and potency of the world's such a lot winning facts administration software program, yet while it offers new demanding situations and possibilities to programmers. This publication exhibits you ways to improve company PL/SQL purposes exploiting Java and XML, and the way applied sciences akin to EJBs should be moved to the 8i database. you will paintings via case reviews utilizing a mixture of either popular and unusual instruments and languages, exhibiting you the way a few of the programming ways can improve one another.

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These chapters will serve as a quick reference point and a source of vital knowledge when you hit problems in your own designs and implementations. ❑ PL/SQL and the Web. In this section of the book, we focus on the web capabilities of Oracle's proprietary database language, PL/SQL. We will look at PL/SQL coding from the point of view of application design and from the point of view of making the best use of PL/SQL when it makes sense to use it in an enterprise application. ❑ Java. Although the Java section is divided approximately into individual Java technologies, there is significant cross-over and you will find that each chapter covers several Java tools, as well as focusing on how to integrate your Java with Oracle, PL/SQL and XML.

Using interMedia, we index all messages in the forum archives, and we can then use JDBC through our connection pooling infrastructure, to get back search results from a wide range of search queries. We display the results using Java Server Pages. XML ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Chapter 21, XML and Oracle. We explore the Oracle XML Developer's Toolkit. We will examine the Oracle Java DOM and SAX parsers that can be used by client or database Java. We will use XSLT transformation, and explore Oracle's notion of combining XML and SQL data access into a scripted page using the XML SQL Utility (XSU).

We look at how we can reduce the burden on the database by pooling connection resources, instead of opening a new connection for each client. 0 specification, and returning the results from the Oracle database. ❑ Chapter 14, Database Connectivity with SQLJ. Now that you have got to work on JDBC, you may have wondered whether there was any easier way of coding SQL into Java programs. SQLJ provides an interesting and productive way of writing more concise and maintainable database access code, using JDBC as the underlying connectivity technology.

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