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Oracle® Web Application Programming for PL/SQL® Developers by Benjamin Rosenzweig, Solomon Morse, Melanie Caffrey, Susan Boardman

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Unit 2.1. Oracle 9iAS Architecture

The History of Oracle 9iAS

In June 2000, Oracle released a revamped version of their Application Server called Oracle 9iAS (Internet Application Server). The earlier version had fewer features and was called the Oracle (Web) Application Server (OAS). The first release of the OAS came out in 1995. The last production version of the OAS was released as version 4.0.8.2 in 1999. The OAS was desupported by Oracle in October 2002 because the new Oracle 9iAS has become the standard. The basic functionality of the OAS and Oracle 9iAS are similar but the back-end architecture and configuration are considerably different. Oracle 9iAS has a much larger array of technologies and languages it can support. You can generate ...

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