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vasuv vasuv
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Joined: Jan 04, 2005
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I know little bit about JTO.Actually where exactly the references of the
objects are stored.If i will use JTO then How to Execute oracle tables and
how to execute stored procedures.Some where i read about JDO,it is for the
Persistance Storage it means when ever there is a power failure at that
time also it is exist in Database, is it true?

I want to know How to access the Database Tables and How to run the Stored Procudes.
 
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