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convert to java stored proceedure for oracle

Mike Cunningham
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Hello,

I have a java servlet, another java class & a jar file that needs to be accessible in a oracle application that is written using PL/SQL. Basically the servlet is going to be the only access point from the oracle application. Do I need to convert the servlet to a java stored proceedure? Is there any books or internet references that could help me accomplish the task?

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks,

Mike
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Mike,
Look into External Routines. I know you can call a compiled routine on the same box. I'm not sure if this can be extended to a servlet, but you could always write a small program to call the servlet.

Another thing to consider is pulling out everything into a separate that the servlet and stored proc can call.


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