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where do you get OTT for java [message #366566] Wed, 13 January 1999 19:11 Go to next message
saj
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Registered: January 1999
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I've read in an Oracle white paper that Oracle has an Object Type Translator (ott) utility that creates java objects from object type definitions in the database. In my installation of Oracle 8.05 my ott utility only supports output of C structures. Does anyone know where to get ott for java from?
Calling java on database trigger [message #366680 is a reply to message #366566] Sat, 23 September 2000 16:58 Go to previous message
Rajeev
Messages: 34
Registered: January 2000
Member
Hi,
I am having a trigger on a column of a table, i.e.
if that coloumns value is changed trigger is fired.
Now I would like to get this updated row from database and pass it to a java file for further processing.
How do I do it any suggestions?
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