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Calling java code in an Oracle DB using RMI ?

Jean Falaise
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Joined: Oct 02, 2001
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Hello,
I've got java code stored in an Oracle database which i want to call from JSP tag libraries code located on a client machine. Does anybody know if this is possible ? I don't want to wrap the java code with PL/SQL wrapper and use a JDBC connection as the java code is already wrapping PL/SQL code itself and use of JDBC over the network could be poor for the performances.
I still don't know if the java code in the database can be visible from outside and what method to use to connect to the database to access the java code in it.
Any toughts, views or ides more than welcome.
Thanks, JC
 
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