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ORACLE and the Web [message #91958] Thu, 11 December 2003 22:35 Go to next message
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how do Oracle 9i databases interact with the web (interfaces, script-languages and application servers) ???

Re: ORACLE and the Web [message #91959 is a reply to message #91958] Thu, 18 December 2003 02:48 Go to previous message
Frank Naude
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You can use about any language you can think of to connect to Oracle and serve pages to the Web. Here are a couple of examples:

- JSP is commonly used by Java programmers.

- Oracle's MOD_PLSQL is great for PL/SQL developers.

- PHP scripting is becoming more popular by the day.

- Oracle Portal can be used by end-users that doesn't have any programming skills.

- If all else fails, you can use a COBOL program in the CGI-BIN directory.

- Etc.

Best regards.

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