- PL/SQL--a structured programming language that combines procedural
constructs and standard SQL.
- PL/SQL Toolkit--a set of PL/SQL packages supplied by Oracle for use in
developing Web applications.
- HTML--an ASCII-based markup language used to create Web pages.
- WebDB--a software system for building, monitoring, and creating
content-driven Web sites; it allows users to use a Web browser to
access and store information in the Oracle8i database.
- Oracle Application Server (OAS)--an extensible Web server that uses
plug-in programs called cartridges to allow database-integrated Web
systems to be developed in a variety of languages (e.g., PL/SQL, Java,
- XML--an emerging standard for creating self-describing documents. It is similar to HTML but allows developers to create their own markup tags. XML is expected to be a key technology in electronic commerce systems.
Oracle Web Applications provides the jumpstart needed to make the transition from traditional programming to the development of useful Web applications for Oracle8i.
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By Andrew Odewahn
1st Edition, September 1999
256 pages, ISBN: 1-56592-687-0, $29.95
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