This chapter does not purport to provide exhaustive coverage of JPublisher. Rather, it will introduce the rationale for using JPublisher, the utility, its features, its environment, the options, the mapping categories or possibilities, and some examples.
I will use a PL/SQL
RECORD type that cannot be mapped directly to or from Java. Assume you want to map the following
MYPKG PL/SQL package, which contains a procedure that takes a
IN OUT parameter, into a Java class
create or replace package mypkg as type studrec is record (name varchar2(10), age number); procedure proc1 (enrold timestamp, stud in out studrec); end; /
Assume also that you want to map SQL