Oracle 9i Java Programming
Solutions for Developers Using Java and PL/SQLeBook - 2001
This title is about putting Java to work in the Oracle database. It concentrates on real-world applications that developers can put to immediate use in their day-to-day jobs and, in addition, gives in-depth consideration to the question of when it is appropriate to use Java from a performance perspective (including benchmarks). The examples in the book clearly distinguish between situations where Java can provide functionality that PL/SQL cannot. It exploits Java's capabilities for accessing system resources outside the database - such as operating system commands and network sockets. We also make use of powerful Java Utilities for messaging and generating graphics. For example, an application whereby a pie chart image is generated from a query, and then automatically distributed to interested parties (using JavaMail) is developed.
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.] : Apress, c2001 (Norwood, Mass. : Books24x7.com [generator])