Chapter 17. 360-Degree Programming the Oracle Database

Step back, look at your Oracle database from all angles including: (1) the database functionality itself, (2) calling database functionality from within the database, (3) calling database functionality from outside (client, middle-tier, etc), and (4) calling external system/functionality from within the database. Far from being exhaustive, the case studies presented here will give you a broader, 360-degree view of how you can program the database using Java, JDBC, SQLJ, JPublisher, and Web services. Here are synopses of the case studies in question:

  • TECSIS Systems: This case study describes how TECSIS Systems reduced its costs by integrating its platform using Java in the database, JDBC, PL/SQL, ...

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